Teacher of Singing | Singing Voice Rehabilitation Specialist | Somatic Pedagogue

Publications

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Singing Through Change: Women’s Voices in Midlife, Menopause and Beyond



A Book-in-Progress

Co-authored by Cate Frazier-Neely, Nancy Bos and Joanne Hayes Bozeman

 

Our voices change throughout our lifespan, and in peri-menopause and menopause, the changes range from barely noticeable to debilitating. Come join us as we weave the personal stories of 60 women with information about hormones and the voice, academic studies and cultural perspectives on these years of singing through our years of hormonal rebalancing.

 

Read Cate’s blog as she posts about their progress

 
 

 

Meditations to Feed Christmas

by Cate Frazier-Neely

Meditations to Feed Christmas

 

Available on Amazon:

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4.8 stars

This is a beautiful book started as the author’s daily musings written between the first Sunday in December and the 12th day of Christmas (January 6th.) Fueled by her frustration with the commercialization and busyness of the Christmas season, she structured her writing around quotes from cultures, artists, educators and scholars from around the world. The reader is taken deeper into the true meaning of the season. After each original meditation, a page is provided for the reader to engage with their own thoughts and feelings. This would make wonderful gift book.
— Lisa Erikson, Mommy Mystic at mommymystic.wordpress.com/
Cate Frazier-Neely has written a spiritual feast - rich with story, image, humor, and personal narrative. Celebrating everything experienced in her fifty plus years, Cate embraces the Goddess Spirit in her soul, while also appreciating the deep well of Christian tradition. I can recommend this to many of the women and men in my life as a refreshing companion for the Advent/Christmas season.
— The Reverend Doctor Susan R. Andrews, Former General Presbyter of the Presbytery of Hudson River, The Presbyterian Church, USA
 
 

 

Vehicular Vocalizes!

A Singer’s Practice-in-Your-Car MP3

Created by The Washington Vocal Consortium:

Dr. Kathy Price, Elizabeth Daniels, Catherine Huntress-Reeve and Cate Frazier-Neely 

vocal warmups

Available for medium/low and medium/high voices as a download from CD Baby:

 

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5 stars : Fantastic. These exercises are incredibly helpful, thoughtful and a good use of commute time.
— Catherine Pruett, review left on CD Baby.
This vocal warm-up routine was developed for the enlightened amateur choral singer but easily can be used by serious students of voice and professionals, too…It is a good sane routine for the devoted chorister tearing from work to feeding the kids to rehearsal with only one opportunity to relax and draw a calm breath…a sensible, solid regime.
— Journal of Singing,  Volume 57, No. 2, November/December 2000
 
 

 

Choral Anthem for SSAA a cappella

“Bless the Lord, O My Soul”

by Cate Frazier-Neely, originally published by Arsis Press

SSAA choral anthem
ssaa choral sheet music

Purchase via Paypal and permissions for PDF copy based on number of copies needed are available directly from Cate Frazier-Neely via the button below.

This paraphrase of Psalm 103 is beautifully voiced for maximum effect from simple gestures. Singers can sing dissonances easily because the melody and harmonies move naturally and resolve organically. A fair amount of part-doubling makes this anthem possible for a chorus or ensemble of any size.
— The Choral Journal Review, American Choral Directors’ Association