Strophic, simple vocal line and rhythms. Good for introducing Baroque style to younger singers.
Strophic, each verse in three sections. Each section in a different meter. Scalar, middle tessitura, some sustained singing.
Piano occasionally doubles the vocal melody, strophic, scalar, syllabic, medium tessitura. Great for teaching early German Romantic style.
Maria Theresia Paradis
Piano doubles the vocal melody, Strophic with 3 verses, simple vocal line, scalar and triadic, repeated dotted rhythms.
Piano doubles the vocal melody, strophic, simple, repetitive vocal line, scalar, medium tessitura.
Piano doubles the vocal melody, short phrases, only sustained at the end, repetitive melodic line. Good for a more beginning student approaching French repertoire.
Piano occasionally doubles the vocal melody, melody is folk-like, syllabic, more sustained at the ends of phrases, shorter song. Simple scalar melody based off an Irish folksong. Singer must be comfortable sustaining D5.
Repetitive vocal line, simple vocal line and rhythms, medium tessitura, arpeggiated, sustained. Good for working on quieter dynamics while staying on the breath.
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