A Master Vocal Recital by Puntwitt Asawadejmetakul

  • Puntwitt Asawadejmetakul
  • Duangjai Thewtong Faculty of fine and applied arts, Chulalongkorn university
Keywords: Singing, Countertenor, Stabat mater, Giovanni Battista Pergolesi

Abstract

        A Master Vocal Recital by Puntwitt Asawadejmetakul aims to analyze and to interpret Stabat mater by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736), investigates vocal technique for countertenor in the practice of Baroque period which require advance singing skill. Stabat mater is a song consists of 12 songs written from 14th century Latin text, varied in solo and duet, tempi, and musical materials. Furthermore, researcher has paraphrase the text to deepen understanding the interpretation that the composer has written which leads to the practice stage and the refined performance.

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Published
2020-01-22
Section
Research Article