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Low Male Voices (LMVs): Development, Technique, and Repertoire

Thursday 13th May 2021, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (London Time)

Outline:
1. Part I (50 mins):
a. LMVs defined
b. LMV presence in classical and CCM
c. LMV developmental milestones
d. LMV physical indicators
e. The LMV zona di passaggio
f. LMV-specific training strategies
g. Repertoire resources
h. Tonal goals

2. Pause (10 mins)

3. Part II (40 mins):
a. LMV presence in voice pedagogy literature
b. How fach applies to the LMV
c. Acoustics: LMVs, formants, and harmonics in the current model
d. Cover, open/close timbre, and micro-crossings
e. Dann’s research

4. Questions (20 mins)

Dann Mitton

Independent voice teacher and researcher Dann Mitton earned his Doctor of Musical Arts in Performance (Voice) degree with a specialization in voice pedagogy...

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