1010 f11 10-7

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  • 1010 f11 10-7

    1. 1. Vocal Virtuosity
    2. 2. • Pushing boundaries, exceeding the norm
    3. 3. The prima donna (sing it high, sing it fast)
    4. 4. “The Queen of the Night” aria from Mozart’s Magic Flute
    5. 5. “Una voce poco fa” from Rossini’s Barber of Seville
    6. 6. What is the lead female called in opera?• 1) Highest soprano• 2) Prima donna• 3) Femme fatale
    7. 7. Brian Prichard, Britain’s Got Talent
    8. 8. What were theBaroque male sopranos called?• 1) Prima dons• 2) Haut hommes• 3) Castrati
    9. 9. High male voices Countertenors, Falsetto
    10. 10. “Or la tromba” from Handel’s Rinaldo
    11. 11. T/F: Singing in falsetto isjust some strange thing opera specialists do. • 1) True • 2) False
    12. 12. Frankie Valli, “Sherry” Bee Gees, “Stayin’ Alive”Prince, “Kiss” Bon Iver, “Skinny Love”
    13. 13. Extended Vocal Techniques
    14. 14. Berio, Sequenza III
    15. 15. Eklips
    16. 16. Bobby McFerrin, “Drive”
    17. 17. Is it possible for one person to “sing” twonotes at the same time?• 1) Yes, listen to me do it• 2) No, that’s not possible• 3) ZZZZzzzzzzzz
    18. 18. Throat-singing

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