Boire, Paula

About the author: Dr. Paula Boire, Associate Professor of voice at Fort Hays University, has received Fulbright grants to Austria and Romania. She studied at the University of Arizona (A. Mus.D.), the University of Houston (M. M.), Oberlin conservatory of Music (B. M.) and earned a diploma in Lied and Oratorio from Hochschule für Musik in Vienna. She has taught at the University of Iowa, Middle Tennessee State University, and Lenoir-Rhyne College.

Comprehensive Study of Romanian Art Song Vol. 1
2002 0-7734-7254-1
This massive four-volume work is an overview of the development of the art song in Romania. Interviews were conducted with composers or their surviving family members. Includes songs of each composer. It will be a valuable resource for professional singers, voice teachers, students, pianists, musicologists interested in art song, and scholars of Eastern European cultures.

Comprehensive Study of Romanian Art Song Vol. 2
2002 0-7734-7256-8
This massive four-volume work is an overview of the development of the art song in Romania. Interviews were conducted with composers or their surviving family members. Includes songs of each composer. It will be a valuable resource for professional singers, voice teachers, students, pianists, musicologists interested in art song, and scholars of Eastern European cultures.

Comprehensive Study of Romanian Art Song Vol. 3
2002 0-7734-7258-4
This massive four-volume work is an overview of the development of the art song in Romania. Interviews were conducted with composers or their surviving family members. Includes songs of each composer. It will be a valuable resource for professional singers, voice teachers, students, pianists, musicologists interested in art song, and scholars of Eastern European cultures.

Comprehensive Study of Romanian Art Song Vol. 4
2002 0-7734-7260-6
This massive four-volume work is an overview of the development of the art song in Romania. Interviews were conducted with composers or their surviving family members. Includes songs of each composer. It will be a valuable resource for professional singers, voice teachers, students, pianists, musicologists interested in art song, and scholars of Eastern European cultures.