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Music Performance: Popular Voice

Resources for Performance units ATS1044, ATS1045, ATS2122, ATS2123, ATS3136 and ATS3137

Monash Music and Multimedia Collection

Welcome to the Popular Voice Performance Library guide!  This guide provides selected resources for students of Popular Voice.

Popular Voice Scores

Learning from books on technique can be part of study plans, learning journals, reflective practice and writing.

Finding Popular Voice Resources

DVDs, CD's, Scores and other music items for Popular Voice are located on Level 1 of the Matheson Library, and can be most easily found by using Monash Library Search to find a Call Number.


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Online Resources

Online Resources at Monash University Library 
Go to E-Journals to find articles which you may be able to use in your reflective writing
Voice and Speech Review contains a number of ejournal articles on the Estill Voice Method and by authors such as Ingo Titze.
For example:
'Vocal Traditions: Estill Voice Training' by Kimberly Steinhauer and Mary Mcdonald Klimek, 2019.
'The Rational and and History of Vocology' by Ingo Titze, 2019.

​Streamed video is available on Informit EduTV
For example: 
The Story of Popular Music
We have access to episodes 4-16-of this series directed by Tony Palmer. Each episode charts the history of American popular music using a different genre of music, from ragtime, rhythm 'n' blues, musical theatre, folk, swing, country and western, rock'n'roll and beyond. The series features rare interviews with the most significant musicians of the 20th century.
In the Frame
Episodes feature Lou Bennett, Gail Mabo, Shellie MorrisCasey Donovan, Last Kinection, Busby Marou, and Street Warriors.

Here is a link to an interesting thesis from the  University's Research Repository. It follows a Practice-Led Research approach:

Voice and Speech Review contains a number of ejournal articles on the Estill Voice Method and by authors such as Ingo Titze.
For example:
Vocal Traditions: Estill Voice Training by Kimberly Steinhauer and Mary Mcdonald Klimek, 2019.
The Rational and and History of Vocology by Ingo Titze, 2019.



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Practice-Led-Research and Research-Led-Practice

Many recent theses are examples of practice-led-research.
An excellent Monash doctoral thesis completed in 2015 by Lisa Young is:
The Eternal Pulse: Creating with Konnakkol and its Adaptation into Contemporary Vocal Performance