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2021 NATS Cal-Western Region Conference and Student Auditions - Shared screen with speaker view
Ruth Ellis
01:12:25
Thanks Melissa!!
Ruth Ellis
01:12:49
Thanks Erin:)
Grace Stewart
01:16:28
All I see is the powerpoint
CJ Greer
01:16:29
I am sstill looking at "Step One: Know Your Text"
Mary McMurtery (she/her)
01:16:33
I’m only seeing your slides
CJ Greer
01:16:33
Powerpoint
Erin McOmber
01:16:34
Me too!
Erin McOmber
01:16:48
@Melissa I’m only seeing Step One
CJ Greer
01:17:43
YES! =)
Erin McOmber
01:18:24
Thanks!
Erin McOmber
01:18:37
yes
Victoria Rapanan
01:20:54
Sorry, where do I get the handout?
Mary McMurtery (she/her)
01:21:01
We have your Song Analysis Form, but not the handout
Shannon Birch
01:21:51
I appreciate so much how organized this is! Thank you!
Jonathan Smucker (he/him)
01:22:31
It’s further up in the chat- Preparing Ornamentation in Baroque, etc
Victoria Rapanan
01:23:10
I don’t see that in chat
Melissa Walker Glenn
01:23:14
@Grace Stewart thank you so much!
Grace Stewart
01:23:46
No problem! :)
Victoria Rapanan
01:25:13
no 🙁
Erin McOmber
01:25:47
I’ll email it directly to you, Victoria.
Erin McOmber
01:26:54
It’s not backwards. :)
Suzanne Stone / Las Vegas, NV
01:32:59
I don’t see any of the handouts in the chat. Is that because I’m on my iPad?
Erin McOmber
01:34:22
I think Ricordi still prints it!
Erin McOmber
01:36:02
https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/variazioni-cadenze-volume-1-sheet-music/3129885
Erin McOmber
01:37:52
Version for male voices: https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/variazioni-cadenze-tradizioni-per-canto-vol-ii-sheet-music/21441838
Erin McOmber
01:42:42
Elliott book: https://smile.amazon.com/Singing-Style-Guide-Performance-Practices/dp/0300136323/ref=sr_1_1?crid=20IBVLS1ZIWP5&dchild=1&keywords=singing+in+style+elliott&qid=1610912135&sprefix=singing+in+style+%2Caps%2C282&sr=8-1
Ruth Ellis
01:43:21
They have been arguing about ornamentation for centuries!
Erin McOmber
01:43:51
The main thing I learned in two semesters of doctoral-level performance practice was that every composer meant something different!
Catherine Fagiolo
01:48:41
Please post the slides when you can!
Ruth Ellis
01:49:00
Awesome Melissa, thank you!
Shannon Birch
01:49:42
I loved this presentation! It was so useful and I thank you!
CJ Greer
01:49:47
SO much great info!
Melissa Walker Glenn
01:50:17
Thanks Melissa!
Serena Kanig Benish
01:50:27
Wonderful and such useful information! Thanks!
Suzanne Stone / Las Vegas, NV
01:50:33
THANK YOU 🙏
Mary McMurtery (she/her)
01:51:31
Bubbles for Life!!
Erin McOmber
01:51:36
YASSSS
Serena Kanig Benish
01:51:58
Sills, for sure, and Kathleen Battle for Handel arias.
Erin McOmber
01:52:18
La Stupenda, too
Mary McMurtery (she/her)
01:52:20
What’s your opinion on just singing the A section straight/not ornamenting until the repeat? That’s what I was taught.
Erin McOmber
01:52:50
“A measured shake of the larynx.”
Serena Kanig Benish
01:52:58
You are a coloratura, that’s why!
Janelle DeStefano
01:53:00
Where is the handout?
Catherine Fagiolo
01:54:14
Joyce DiDonato's example gave me the confidence to approach teaching the trill to a young student!
Del Gomez
01:54:33
great presentation!
Del Gomez
01:54:38
thank you!
Janelle DeStefano
01:54:39
Thanks - when you join later you can’t see earlier chat messages
Monica Williams
01:54:56
Thank you so much, Dr. Heath!
CJ Greer
01:54:57
Anyone want to teach me to trill? lol...I was never taught! and I never have figured it out! tee-hee…=)
CJ Greer
01:55:06
AMAZING! Thank you, Melissa!
Melissa Walker Glenn
01:56:52
HA HA HA. My husband is an accountant. Though he regularly has people try to recruit him for jobs, which may not happen in music. :)
Melissa Walker Glenn
01:57:04
SO BORING
Catherine Fagiolo
01:57:09
Thank you! Very good information!
Erin McOmber
01:57:23
We call accountant spouses “lifestyle facilitators.”
Melissa Walker Glenn
01:57:39
Our patrons!
Mary McMurtery (she/her)
01:57:44
Oh no!!!
Suzanne Stone / Las Vegas, NV
01:58:52
Best wishes for a fast recovery to Nathan🙏