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Kenneth Querns

Establishing Currency for the Voce Faringea: A Lost Conception of the Tenor Voice

Kenneth E Querns Langley’s research covers bel canto historical performance practice to demonstrate across theory and practice. He hopes to find a succinct and functional understanding of the nature of the head-voice based tenor voices of the 17th to 19th centuries. Ken maintains a companion research interest in the importance of Britain in the history of Bel Canto. His studies are supported by a Charles Branchini Award.

Faculties / departments: Research

Research

Research areas

Performance

 

Research supervisors

Natasha Loges

Richard Wistreich

Norbert Meyn

 

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Kenneth Querns

Early Career Researcher

research@rcm.ac.uk

kenneth.querns@rcm.ac.uk