The voice, an instrument with share
The singular treatment from which profits the human voice compared to the other instruments, can be explained by various considerations.
Historically, the voice can be regarded as “the oldest musical instrument”. Indeed, this completely particular instrument did not have to be “manufactured” by the primitive man, who simply had to learn how to make use of it. The other instruments, at the time of their appearance, initially were of the prolongations of the voice: they did not become instruments with whole share, independent of this one, that at the conclusion long and slow evolution.
the voice is the only instrument which allows the simultaneous articulation of a text.
the voice with being properly spoken built-in with the musician interprets, the quality of a vocal interpretation will be very easily affected by the least disturbance felt by the Chanteur: tire, emotion, trac, contrariety, disease… This whole of constraints which weighs on the vocal music, thus justifies the distinction between this one and the instrumental music.
Intervention of instruments in the vocal music
A music can entirely be or partially vocal.
On the first assumption, the interpreters are exclusively singers: this type of musical interpretation is known as “has cappella”.
On the second assumption, there is at the same time presence of singers and instrumentalists, and this, in variable proportions.
Vocal soloist and chorus
According to whether same a left musical is carried out by only one interprets or by several, one will deal, with vocal Soliste in the first case, or with a chorus in the second. Generally, the soloists are likely to show a greater virtuosity (valiancy, power, swiftness…), and can be authorized a greater freedom in interpretation.
- In the Classical music, this distinction between the soloist and the chorus was born with the beginning from the period baroque.
Classical musicThe Classical music, i.e. the erudite Western music, is exclusively vocal throughout all Moyen-âge.
- Genres of the crowned vocal music
- Genres of the vocal music profanes
- popular vocal Musique: Human Beatbox
- Type-setters of the Middle Ages
- Type-setters of the Rebirth
- Type-setters of the period baroque
- Type-setters of the traditional period
- Type-setters of the romantic period
- Type-setters of the modern period
- Type-setters of the contemporary period
- traditional vocal Works
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