Index of My Articles and Posts

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MASTER CLASS SERIES: VOCAL PEDAGOGY & SOMATIC EDUCATION

Beliefs that Hinder Singing Part II: Vocal Master Class #9

Beliefs that Hinder Singing Part I: Vocal Master Class #8

Shut Up and Let the Student Sing! Vocal Master Class # 7

(Masterclasses #5 and #6 are being rewritten for later publication date)

A Later-Life Singer: Vocal Master Class #4

Adderall and Singing: Vocal Master Class #3

Psoas Release & Strengthening in a Tenor: Vocal Master Class #2

First Year of Voice Lessons for an Award-Winning Folk Singer: Vocal Master Class #1

“VOICED” EXPERIENCES 

Higher Education Without the Terminal Academic Degree

Vocal Pedagogy and Creativity, Part I

Vocal Pedagogy and Creativity, Part II

Interview with Suzan Postal of “The Body Sings”

Interview with Elizabeth Daniels, Teacher of Singing

Five Responses to “What Have You Done Lately?”

Seven Lessons for Voice Teachers

Creating Singing Work for Museums and Galleries

Is Your Child Ready for Private Voice Lessons?

LOA For Real Life: You Are What You Hear

Setting Intentions When You Teach

REPERTOIRE AND SONGS

Chamber Music for Soprano

Broadway Christmas Songs

OPERA ARIAS FOR THE “TWENTY-SOMETHING” SOPRANO and MEZZO-SOPRANO

Mezzo: Operetta and Character Roles

Soprano: Young Dramatic Soprano

Mezzo: Young Dramatic Mezzo

Mezzo: Lyric and Coloratura Mezzo

Soprano: Lyric

Soprano: Lyric-Coloratura

Soprano: Coloratura

ARTICLES FROM WORK AS A SINGING VOICE REHABILITATIVE SPECIALIST

A Singer Diagnosed with Essential Tremor, One Case

A Singer With Diagnosed Muscle Tension Dysphonia, One Case

JOURNAL NOTES FROM A RICHARD MILLER WEEK, 1994

Day 5, Journal of a Week With Richard Miller

Day 4, Journal of a Week With Richard Miller

Day 3, Journal of a Week With Richard Miller

Day 2, Journal of a Week With Richard Miller

Day 1, Journal of a Week With Richard Miller

SERIES EXPLORING “CLAIRSENTIENCE” and EMPATHY AS A TEACHING TOOLS:

Part III: Clairsentience as a Teaching Tool

Part II: Clairsentience as a Teaching Tool

Part I: Clairsentience as a Teaching Tool