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The Common Sense of Singing is a nine-chapter text that serves as man?s guide to the career of singing.
After a brief presentation of the technical aspects of singing, this book goes on discussing the different contributing factors in singing, including breathing, articulation, tone-color, technique, and style. The subsequent chapters deal with oratorio and opera singing. The remaining chapters consider the mechanical reproductions of the human voice through microphone.
This book is intended primarily to musicians.
I What is Singing?
III Articulation and Tone-Color
VIII The Voice and the Microphone
IX Singing as a Career
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- © Pergamon 1963
- 1st January 1963
- eBook ISBN:
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