|When Words Are Not Enough: Tracing the Development of Extended Vocal Techniques in Twentieth-Century America
||Although multiple books and articles expound upon the musical culture and progress of American classical, popular and folk music in the United States, there are no publications that investigate the development of extended vocal techniques (EVTs) thro...
|Staging and production : a proposal to develop a computer software program for opera and theatre directors
|| "The production of a play, musical or opera can be compared to the manufacture of any complicated process or product. At present, there is no standard method of accumulating the data necessary for staging a play, musical, or opera, even though the p...
|Cabaret: a historical and musical perspective of a struggling era
||A historical time rich with change, the turn of the twentieth century was not without its hardships as well as its accomplishments. Musically speaking, it was a celebrated and popular time of diversified and large orchestrated symphonies and operas. ...