Approaches for Vocal Music Teachers to Guide Students to Form Their Own Singing Styles

Xia DAN

Abstract


In this paper, the author mainly proposed the issue of laying particular emphasis on technique and neglecting characteristic in the present teaching of singing against the phenomenon of “a thousand pieces of the same tune” existing in the field of vocal music performance at present. The author expected to give rise to everyone’s attention by virtue of this paper, so as to put the cultivation of students’ unique singing style as an important position, and propose approaches used to guide students to form their own singing styles.   


Keywords


Singing style; Voice condition; Character & temperament; Sing technique; Territorial advantage

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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