Re: extended vocal tech...


Subject: Re: extended vocal tech...
From: Alistair MacDonald (a.macdonald@rsamd.ac.uk)
Date: Thu Nov 18 2004 - 04:26:55 EST


Trevor Wishart's
The Book of Lost Voices (1979), later incorporated as a chapter in the
book On Sonic Art

His "Anticredos" and "Vox" - works for voices

http://www.trevorwishart.co.uk/

http://www.uymp.co.uk/wishart1.htm

Alistair

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>>> zvonar@zvonar.com 18/11/2004 06:17:41 >>>
At 2:28 AM +0000 11/18/04, paul v. wrote:
>...is there a documented source of extended vocal techniques, how to
>physically execute them and score them? ...otherwise, i have some
>writing to do...-p

You might need to search through academic theses and dissertations. I
know that some such were written at UCSD during the heyday of the
Extended Vocal Techniques Ensemble.

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