Teaching Singing to Children and Young Adults

Jenevora Williams, Ph.D.
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Teaching Singing to Children and Young Adults is a well-balanced guide to vocal pedagogy. It explains the abilities and limitations of the young singer from both an educational and physical perspective. This is divided into several stages of learning, ranging from infant to undergraduate. Particular attention is given to the development of the voice during adolescence in both girls and boys.

Appropriate technique is outlined, with anatomical descriptions and sample exercises throughout. Approaches suitable for different musical styles are covered. Related topics are explained such as the teaching of children with special educational needs, vocal health, and the structuring of lessons, warm-ups and individual practice times.
Packed with illustrative case studies and illuminated with original cartoon  art, the book reflects the extensive personal experience of the author. 

will prove to be the new “Well-thumbed Book”, the indispensable bible for the teachers who work with children and young adults…. it is difficult to overemphasize the significance which I think this book has for the future of our young singers… a remarkable treatise’.

Review in Singing Magazine (AOTOS)


Teaching Singing to Children and Young Adults is an exciting new book which I am certain will become a really useful and comprehensive reference guide for all those wishing to lead singing. Howard Goodall CBE, Composer and Broadcaster


You have done something spectacularly good and I heartily congratulate you. Not only do you write such palpable sense throughout, but your style is eminently readable, and clear as crystal. Singing Teacher, Royal College of Music, London


Details:  276 pages. 229x152mm. Colour Illustrations, Paperback

ISBN13: 978-1-909082-59-5

Release Date: May 2018

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