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Fundamentals of Musical Composition by Arnold Schoenberg, maybe. It was written specifically for undergraduate classes at about your level, and despite Schoenberg's fearsome Modernist reputation, it deals very strictly with tonal music with ample references to the music of the Classical and Romantic composers, and it's clearly written. At this point, I'd ...


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I would highly recommend Singing: The Mechanism and the Technic by William Vennard. Also decent is Your Voice: an Inside View by Scott McCoy. Any good pedagogy text will get you on the right track regarding resonance. My personal favorites are the Richard Miller and the Barbara Doscher. In terms of computerized synthesis and things of that nature, you ...



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