A Legacy of Song heightens an awareness of singing as a significant form of expression, communication and creative art. Author Peggy Weston explores the origin, development and value of song, that brings therapeutic benefits individually and communally. What initiates the physical, mental and emotional connection occurring within a person while singing? Weston discusses the fascinating, powerful connection between singing and science, and why it is important. Singing and musicians play a unique role in serving humanity. A Legacy of Song will enrich your appreciation of singing.
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|Publisher:||Weston World Productions, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.21(d)|
About the Author
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Table of Contents
Dedication, In Appreciation, Contents, Quote by Peggy Weston, Preface, Chapters 1-16, Glossary, References link to www.westonproductions.com, Author Bio.
Chapters include: Origin of Song; The Evolution of Language to Lyrics; Physiology of Singing; A Resounding Tone; The Total Instrument; The Vocal Mechanism; Breath; The Brain Loves Music; Singing is Healthy; Singing in a Natural Setting; Music in An Educational Environment; Music Genres; Voices in Song; The Creative Process; The Purpose of Song; The Universe of Song Within Us and Around Us.