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The Singer's Guide to German Diction.

Author: Valentin Lanzrein; Richard Cross
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2018.
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In The Singer's Guide to German Diction, Valentin Lanzrein and Richard Cross present pronunciation and enunciation in a comprehensive, easy to navigate format. Including IPA transcription worksheets and short examples from the vocal literature, this essential guide is adaptable to every level of training. Accompanied by a companion website featuring recordings of all exercises and musical examples, it is the ideal  Read more...
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Lanzrein, Valentin.
Singer's Guide to German Diction.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, Incorporated, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Valentin Lanzrein; Richard Cross
ISBN: 9780190238421 0190238429
OCLC Number: 1041907317
Notes: EXERCISE 6.1.4 Medial and initial [ɔ]and [oe]
Description: 1 online resource (313 pages)
Contents: Cover; The Singer's Guide to German Diction; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Companion Website; The Singer's Guide to German Diction; 1. FUNDAMENTALS; CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION; A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE: WHERE IT CAME FROM; INTERNATIONAL PHONETIC ALPHABET; CHAPTER 2. WORD STRUCTURE; 2.1 WORD STEM; Strong Verbs; Plural Forms of Nouns; 2.2 PREFIXES; Unstressed Prefixes; Stressed Prefixes; Prefixes That Can Be Stressed or Unstressed; Prefixes with an Irregular Stress Pattern; 2.3 SUFFIXES; 2.4 GRAMMATICAL ENDINGS; Conjugation. Conjugation Table: Weak (Regular) VerbConjugation Table: Strong (Irregular) Verb; Declension; 2.5 COMPOUND WORDS; 2.6 WORD STRESS; Stress in Words of Non-Germanic Origin; 2. VOWELS; CHAPTER 3. INTRODUCTION TO VOWELS; VOWEL CHART; VOWEL LENGTH; NEUTRAL VOWELS-SCHWA AND VOCALIC-R; VOWEL ONSET-GLOTTAL SEPARATION; CHAPTER 4. MONOPHTHONGS I: TONGUE VOWELS; 4.1 LONG AND CLOSED [iː], NON-SYLLABIC [i]̯ , SHORT AND OPEN [ɪ]; Exercises for [iː], [i], [i̯], and [ɪ]; EXERCISE 4.1.1 Medial [iː] and [ɪ]; EXERCISE 4.1.2 Initial [hiː], [hɪ] and [ǀiː], [ǀɪ]; EXERCISE 4.1.3 Initial [ǀiː] and [ǀɪ] EXERCISE 4.1.4 Applying the Pronunciation Rules for [iː], [i], [i̯], [ɪ]4.2 LONG AND CLOSED [eː], LONG AND OPEN [Ɛː], SHORT AND OPEN [Ɛ], SCHWA [Ə]; Exercises for [eː], [e], [ɛː], [ɛ], and [ə]; EXERCISE 4.2.1 Medial [eː], [ɛː], and [ɛ]; EXERCISE 4.2.2 Initial [heː],[hɛ]and [ǀeː],[ǀɛ]; EXERCISE 4.2.3 Initial [ǀeː] and [ǀɛ]; EXERCISE 4.2.4 Medial [iː] and [eː]; EXERCISE 4.2.5 Applying the pronunciation rules for [eː],[e],[ɛː],[ɛ],[ə]; 4.3 LONG AND OPEN [Ɑː], SHORT AND CLOSED [a]; Exercises for [ɑː] and [a]; EXERCISE 4.3.1 Medial [ɑː] and [a]; EXERCISE 4.3.2 Medial [ɑː] and [ɛː] EXERCISE 4.3.3 Medial [a] and [ɛ]EXERCISE 4.3.4 Initial [ha] and [ǀa]; EXERCISE 4.3.5 Initial [ǀɑː] and [ǀa]; EXERCISE 4.3.6 Applying the Pronunciation Rules for [ɑː] and [a]; CHAPTER 5. MONOPHTHONGS II: LIPVOWELS; Lip Vowels; 5.2 LONG AND CLOSED [uː], SHORT AND OPEN [ʊ]; Exercises for [uː], [u], and [ʊ]; EXERCISE 5.2.1 Medial [uː] and [ʊ]; EXERCISE 5.2.2 Medial and initial [uː] and [oː]; EXERCISE 5.2.3 Medial [ʊ] and [ɔ]; EXERCISE 5.2.4 Initial [huː], [hʊ], and [ǀuː]; [ǀʊ]; EXERCISE 5.2.5 Initial [ǀuː] and [ǀʊ]; EXERCISE 5.2.6 Applying the Pronunciation Rules for [uː], [u], and [ʊ] 5.1 LONG AND CLOSED [oː], SHORT AND OPEN [ɔ]Exercises for [oː], [o], and [ɔ]; EXERCISE 5.1.1 Medial [oː] and [ɔ]; EXERCISE 5.1.2 Medial [oː] and [ɑː]; EXERCISE 5.1.3 Medial [ɔ] and [a]; EXERCISE 5.1.4 Initial [hoː] and [ǀoː] and Initial [hɔ] and [ǀɔ]; EXERCISE 5.1.5 Initial [ǀoː] and [ǀɔ]; EXERCISE 5.1.6 Applying the Pronunciation Rules for [oː], [o], and [ɔ]; CHAPTER 6. MONOPHTHONGS III: MIXED VOWELS; 6.1 LONG AND CLOSED [øː], SHORT AND OPEN [oe]; Exercises for [øː] and [oe]; EXERCISE 6.1.1 Medial [eː] and [øː]; EXERCISE 6.1.2 Medial [ɛ] and [oe]; EXERCISE 6.1.3 Medial [oː] and [øː]

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In The Singer's Guide to German Diction, Valentin Lanzrein and Richard Cross present pronunciation and enunciation in a comprehensive, easy to navigate format. Including IPA transcription worksheets and short examples from the vocal literature, this essential guide is adaptable to every level of training. Accompanied by a companion website featuring recordings of all exercises and musical examples, it is the ideal companion for singers, vocal coaches, choral conductors, and anyone wishing to learn the proper pronunciation of High German.

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