"What is said in these pages takes the place of what should proceed from the mouth of the teacher." —Hermann Klein Hermann Klein was a student of the legendary voice teacher Manuel García in London, and came to New York City in 1901 to teach his historic method. Before returning to England eight years later, he wrote an 84-page singing manual utilizing the "new" technology of the gramophone that was subsequently "lost" for more than a century. In a well-documented introduction, the author recounts how he discovered Klein's manual hidden in plain sight, as well as its history and significance for modern students and teachers of singing. A rare manuscript that illuminates the principles of the Old Italian School of Singing.Über den Autor:
Daniel James Shigo is a voice teacher, singer, and scholar of historical vocal pedagogy. He sang with the New York City Opera for more than two decades, maintains a private voice studio in Manhattan, and blogs on the art of singing at VoiceTalk (www.shigovoicestudio.com).
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