Choral Singing and Healthy Voice Production by David M. Howard

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Willow Leaf Publishing of Tunbridge Wells, UK, announces an open-house musical event to launch Choral Singing and Healthy Voice Production by David M. Howard at St. Sepulchre’s, Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A, UK, 6pm–8.30pm, Friday 20th February 2015. Ralph Allwood MBE (Foreword) and the Rodolfus choir will perform several musical illustrations and examples from the book.

Willow Leaf’s mission is to provide the music publishing segment with a clearly formatted ‘hands-on’ guide for choir directors and singers that will serve as the definitive text for those wanting to sing better for a richer experience. The book illustrates how the voice works best and how to apply this knowledge to enable all choirs to excel. It includes tested solutions to enhance the overall sound and blend of the choir. It also highlights the art of performance from the audience’s perspective.

Choral Singing and Healthy Voice Production is a 178-page full-colour illustrated soft-cover title. It will be made available in the United Kingdom territory from March 3rd 2015 via Shorter House distribution and shipped to the EMEA region direct from Willow Leaf Publishing (http://www.willowleafpublishing.com). Publication and distribution in the N. American continent is slated for the third quarter of 2015.

David M. Howard holds a personal chair in Music Technology at the University of York teaching and researching the human singing and speaking voice. He contributes to the EU-funded programme, Vision on Innovation in Choral Music in Europe, focusing on healthy choral singing – the backbone of Choral Singing and Healthy Voice Production. David is an organist, choir conductor and choral singer and he links these interests to his professional life wherever possible.

Willow Leaf Publishing (http://www.willowleafpublishing.com) publishes Choral Singing and Healthy Voice Production by David M. Howard on March 3rd 2015. The book is designed to offer the music publishing segment with a clearly formatted ‘hands-on’ guide choir directors and singers that will serve as the definitive text for directors wanting to enhance the sound of their choirs and those singers looking for a richer experience.

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