Belting Beauties and Soaring Sopranos: Vocal Pedagogy to Address the Wide-Ranging Needs of Musical Theatre Females

Trudeau, Jared L.
2011

American musical theatre is an art form whose origins lie in the light-operetta of the late 19th century. Since then the influences of blues, jazz, ragtime, torch singing, crooning, Romantic period opera, rock, country, pop, R&B, gospel, and folk have been mixed together to create a truly eclectic dramatic art form. The vocal demands placed on actresses today include singing classically-influenc... read more

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Undergraduate honors theses
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Musical theater--Instruction and study
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