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A comparison of gospel Music and Opera, a study of the problems that may occur with vocal folds, a summary of the results of an earlier study: Is singing gospel Music damaging to the vocal folds?, Vocal Health biographies of notable singers (gospel music), Hispanic, youth and instrumental gospel music, Homosexuality in realtion to gospel music, Church music and possible future studies/research. Limited copies available.
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The author, Mr. Eustace A. Dixon, Ph.D. is a retired Occupational Safety & Health manager and current Lecturer, Researcher, Missionary, and Church Musician (voice/trumpet.Review:
"Many times gospel singers will not use techniques that could be helpful in their vocal delivery. I'm delighted to encourage a book that focuses on proer technique and care of our cords." ( Bobby Jones, Ph.D.) There is a tremendous need for greater professionalism and stewardship among gospel singers today. This work gets to the heart issues that have either been taken for granted or outright ignored. A must for any professional and amateur gospel singer who is interested in caring for the most delicate and powereful instrument: their voice." Rev. John M. Susswell, President, Barach Mininstries, Norcross, GA. "A book whose contents are long overdue and will have a significant impact on the perception and performance of Gospel Music. I am privileged to know and have the author as a dedicated supporter, lecturer, and [former] Assistant Editor for Church Musicians Services, Inc." Joyce Gambrell Drayton, founder/President, Church Musicians Services, Inc. Philadelphia, PA. -- Publisher Comments
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Book Description Eureka Pubns, 1992. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110942848055