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PUBLICATIONS: MATTHEW HOCH, DMA


BOOKS

Hoch, Matthew. Oratorio: A Singer’s Guide. Lanham, MD. Rowman & Littlefield, 2018 (forthcoming).

Hoch, Matthew, ed. So You Want to Sing Sacred Music: A Guide for Performers. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017.
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Hoch, Matthew and Linda Lister. Voice Secrets: 100 Performance Strategies for the Advanced Singer. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2016.
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Montgomery, Cheri, and Matthew Hoch. Latin Lyric Diction Workbook. Nashville: STM Publishers, 2016. Click here for more information.

Hoch, Matthew. Welcome to Church Music & The Hymnal 1982. New York, NY: Church Publishing, 2015. Click here for more information.

Hoch, Matthew. A Dictionary for the Modern Singer. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. Click here for more information.

 

VOICEPRINTS

Editor-in-Chief, VOICEPrints: The Official Journal of NYSTA, New York, NY,  2008–2016.

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SELECTED ARTICLES

“Getting Comfortable with Germanic Latin: When to Use It and Why.” Choral Journal 57.4: November 2016, 53–59.

“Vocal Technique for Church Choirs: Achieving Maximum Potential from Your Volunteers.” Part 2 of 2. The Chorister. Volume 67.2, August/September 2015, 6–10.

“Vocal Technique for Church Choirs: Achieving Maximum Potential from Your Volunteers.” Part 1 of 2. The Chorister. Volume 66.6, April/May 2015, 10–15.

"The Structural and Dramatic Role of the Piano in Strauss's Krämerspiegel" Journal of Singing. Volume 71.4, March/April 2015, 415–430.

"A Musical Overview of Strauss's Krämerspiegel" Journal of Singing. Volume 71.3, January/February 2015, 285–295.

"The Position of Strauss's Krämerspiegel within the German Song Cycle Tradition.” Journal of Singing. Volume 71.2, November/December 2014, 171–182.

“The Musical and Philosophical Relationship between Richard Strauss’s Krämerspiegel and Capriccio.” The Opera Journal. Volume 47.3, Fall 2014, 3–34.

“Integrating Vocal Solos into Anglican Worship.” Journal of the Association of Anglican Musicians, 12.5 (May/June), 2012.

“Broadway Musicals of the 1920s.” The Twenties in America (3 vols.). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2012.

“Toward a Global Music Theory.” The Triangle of Mu Phi Epsilon. Volume 103, Issue 3. Fall 2011.

“Broadway Musicals of the 1930s.” The Thirties in America (3 vols.). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2011.

“Hart Crane.” The Thirties in America (3 vols.). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2011.

“I’d Rather Be Right.” The Thirties in America (3 vols.). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2011.

“Broadway Musicals of the 1940s.” The Forties in America (3 vols.). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2010.

“Paul Verlaine: Fêtes galantes.” Masterplots (3 vols.). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2010.

“The 250th Handel Anniversary.” VOICEPrints: The Official Journal of the NYSTA. November-December, 2009.

“Francis Poulenc.” Musicians and Composers of the Twentieth Century (3 vols.), Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2009.

“Nellie Melba.” Musicians and Composers of the Twentieth Century (3 vols.). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2009.

“Barbra Streisand.” Musicians and Composers of the Twentieth Century (3 vols.), Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2009.

"Reflections on the 2006 NATS Intern Program.” NATS Inter Nos, Fall 2006.

 

SCORE EDITIONS (with CRITICAL ESSAYS)

Richard Strauss: Krämerspiegel, Op. 66 (1918). Vocal Score with Foreword. 2 Vols. Medium Voice. Fayetteville, AR: Classical Vocal Reprints, 2014.

Richard Strauss: Krämerspiegel, Op. 66 (1918). Vocal Score with Foreword. 2 Vols. Low Voice. Fayetteville, AR: Classical Vocal Reprints, 2014.

Richard Strauss: Fünf kleine Lieder, Op. 69 (1918). Vocal Score with Foreword. Medium Voice. Fayetteville, AR: Classical Vocal Reprints, 2014.

Richard Strauss: Fünf kleine Lieder, Op. 69 (1918). Vocal Score with Foreword. Low Voice. Fayetteville, AR: Classical Vocal Reprints, 2014.

Richard Strauss: Zwei Lieder, Op. 26 (1891). Vocal Score with Foreword. Medium-Low Voice. Fayetteville, AR: Classical Vocal Reprints, 2014.

Franz Schubert: Auf dem Strom, D943 (1828). Vocal Score with Foreword. Medium-High Voice in D. Voice. Fayetteville, AR: Classical Vocal Reprints, 2014.

Franz Schubert: Auf dem Strom, D943 (1828). Vocal Score with Foreword. Medium Voice in C. Voice. Fayetteville, AR: Classical Vocal Reprints, 2014.

Richard Strauss: Drei Lieder, Op. 67, Nos. 4–6 (1918). Vocal Score with Foreword. Medium-Low Voice. Fayetteville, AR: Classical Vocal Reprints, 2013.

 

 

KNOWLEDGE CARDS

“What Do You Know About Opera?” Petaluma, CA: Pomegranate Communications, 2009.

“What Do You Know About Country Music?” Petaluma, CA: Pomegranate Communications, 2008.

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DISCOGRAPHY

“Great Hymns and Anthems of the Church,” Shorter Chorale, Rome, GA (ACA Digital, 2010).

“Kile Smith: Vespers,” Piffaro Renaissance Band and the Crossing, Philadelphia, PA  (Navona, 2009).

“Haydn: Heiligmesse,” Oregon Bach Festival, Eugene, OR (Hänssler, 2009).

“Haydn: Theresienmesse,” Oregon Bach Festival, Eugene, OR (Hänssler, 2008).

“A Savior from on High,” Shorter Chorale, Rome, GA (ACA Digital, 2007).

“Haydn: Schöpfungsmesse,” Oregon Bach Festival, Eugene, OR (Hänssler, 2007).

“Choral Holiday” Oregon Bach Festival, Eugene, OR (SELCO, 2005).

“Consiglio: The Song of Luke,” Phoenix Chamber Ensemble, Phoenix, AZ (Equilibrium, 2005).

“Harmony of the Heavens,” Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Santa Fe, NM (SFDC, 2004).

“Journeys of the Spirit,” Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Santa Fe, NM (SFDC,2003).

“A Woodland Christmas,” The Woodland Scholars, Hartford, CT (WS, 2002).

“Menotti: The Saint of Bleecker Street,” Festival dei due Mondi, Spoleto, Italy (Chandos, 2001).

“Menotti: Cantatas and Violin Concerto,” Festival dei due Mondi, Spoleto, Italy (Chandos, 2001).
           
“Live from Central New York,” Cayuga Vocal Ensemble, Ithaca, NY (CVE, 2001).

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