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Document Type

Open Access

Degree Program

Music

Degree Type

Master of Music (M.M.)

Year Degree Awarded

2010

Month Degree Awarded

September

Keywords

intonation, singing, auralizing, vocalizing, audiate

Abstract

The goal of the thesis is to explain intonation perception and cognition, as well as the vocal mechanism and techniques, to help aural-skills instructors teach vocal intonation skills to students who struggle with intonation. The thesis explores comprehensive information on intonation perception and cognition and introduces basic vocal technique for an over-all understanding of the skills involved with accurate vocal intonation.

First Advisor

Gary S. Karpinski

Second Advisor

Brent Auerbach

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Music Theory Commons

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