Plural’s Top Ten Best-Selling Voice and Singing Books!

We are thrilled to bring you details of the some of the very best resources in voice and singing. These bestselling books work alone as teaching and training resources, or combine brilliantly in clinical scenarios for successful outcomes. Also included or available separately are companion resources, including workbooks, case studies and multimedia for a more thorough understanding of the subject. Click here for the list of titles and for more information!

 

 

One of our best- sellers is Voice Disorders by Christine Sapienza, PhD, and Bari Hoffman Ruddy, PhD. Written by leading specialists in voice, this book captures the science and art of clinical voice. A necessary book for every graduate student in the field of speech-language pathology, this text provides a level of detail needed to assess and treat those with voice disorders. Supplemented with case studies and video examples relevant to the study of clinical voice pathology, this edition provides supplemental material for the educator as well as pragmatic tools for the student and clinician.

Maximize Your Singing Performance

Whether you are a singing and voice teacher or professional, Plural Publishing has the resources you need to maximize performance! These valuable resources cover a range of attractive topics – from mind-body awareness to the most recent breathing techniques. View and order our new and best-selling professional books here!

Be sure to check out The Vocal Instrument by Sharon Radionoff, PhD.

The Vocal Instrument,“…Offers the unique perspective of musician, music educator, and singing voice specialist. The volume presents an accessible and accurate overview of the voice, and frank advice on how to keep it healthy in a variety of situations.”

– Debra Greschner, Journal of Singing, (2009)

Singing With Plural

Janice Chapman’s  second edition of Singing and Teaching Singing: A Holistic Approach to Classical Voice is coming soon!

Now in its second edition, Singing and Teaching Singing: A Holistic Approach to Classical Voice improves on a predecessor that has proven to be a resounding hit for singers and their teachers, speech-language pathologists, laryngologists, practitioners of Alexander, Yoga, Feldenkrais, and others, and, increasingly, as an adopted text for instructors and students in voice, singing, and performing arts courses. To read more about this great text and pre-order your copy, click here!

 

For more of our excellent singing resources, click here!

 

Plural will be at Voice Foundation!

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Heading to Philadelphia for the Voice Foundation Symposium next week? Be sure to stop by the Plural booth to save 15% on all our best selling and new releases.

You will also want to take advantage of the opportunity to meet some of our authors, including:

Thinking about writing a book? Plural is acquiring! Stop by and talk to us about your book or multimedia idea!

We look forward to seeing you in Philadelphia!