Emotional expression in vocal skill from the perspective of multiculturalism

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https://doi.org/10.5216/mh.v22.73655

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emotional coherence, emotional singing, emotional state assessment, multiculturalism, vocal skills

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The research is devoted to study the influence of emotional singing on the listeners' perception of vocal mastery in the process of intercultural musical dialogue. In the context of studying the influence of emotional singing on the quality of perception by listeners, an experiment was conducted; it involved 11 student vocalists from China, Russia, Italy, Brazil, Azerbaijan, Hungary, Greece, India, Canada, Korea, Nigeria, 5 independent listeners, and 5 music experts. The analytical experiment created an opportunity to reveal the impact of the vocalist's emotional expression when performing a national folk song on the listener perception. The percentage of coherence between emotional production and listener perception ranged from 62.8% to 76.2%. Vocal skills of a singer can reveal the emotional aspects of a piece of music to the public, which are of great value in contemporary art; they determine the popularity of a performer on the world stage.

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Di Wang, Art Academy, Hubei Polytechnic University, Huang Shi, China, diwang383@yahoo.com

Wang Di, tenor, PhD, vocal teacher of Hubei Polytechnic University. Both undergraduate and master's degree graduated from Wuhan Conservatory of Music, Ph.D. from the University of Suwon University. Member of China Vocalists Association, member of Hubei Musicians Association, member of Sichuan Musicians Association. Outstanding and comprehensive professional ability, represented Wuhan Conservatory of Music to participate in the ninth China Music Golden Bell Awards Vocal Competition. He won the third prize of the Italian Balloc International Vocal Competition, was shortlisted for the "Golden Church Bell Award" in the ninth Hubei Music "Golden Bell Award" vocal competition, won the second prize of the National "Peacock Award" vocal competition teacher group, the first prize of the individual all-around award of the Hubei Teachers' Basic Skills Competition, and the first prize of Hubei Province Self-Singing and Self-singing Competition. The scientific research ability is outstanding. The exclusive paper "Sensibility and Rationality in Vocal Music: The Issue of Intonation" published in 2021 was included in the A & HCI journal "Musica Hodie". In 2017, the scientific research project "Hejiang Fubao's Oral History of Suona Oral History (MJ17-02)" was approved as a key planning project for the "Folk Culture Research Center" of the Sichuan Provincial Social Science Key Research Base. In the 2020 teaching and research project, "The Trinity of Teaching Competition, Deyiqin Ligue People" -Enovative Research on the Training Model of Music Education Professional Training Mode "won the second prize of 2020 Hubei Institute of Technology Teaching Achievement Award. The paper published in 2018, "Combination of Bel Canto and Pop Music" was included in the provincial journal "Northern Music". The paper published in 2019, "Analysis of the Impact of Vocal Technology on Singing Singer", was included in the provincial journal "Art Tasting".

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2022-11-09

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WANG, D. Emotional expression in vocal skill from the perspective of multiculturalism. Revista Música Hodie, Goiânia, v. 22, 2022. DOI: 10.5216/mh.v22.73655. Disponível em: https://revistas.ufg.br/musica/article/view/73655. Acesso em: 6 fev. 2023.

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