Esther Salaman's singing career started in 1940 with regular
concerts and broadcasts. For the last 30 years she has been
teaching and during this period has evolved a distinctive method
which many singers - some now famous - have found invaluable in
developing their voices. This book covers every aspect of voice
production. Ester Salaman discusses her experience of personality
behind the voice and comments on the drive and courage needed for a
singing career as well as the fears and inhibitions that assail
both professionals and amateurs. She has worked with boys' unbroken
voices as well as those of adults and her ideas therefore appeal as
much to singers in school choirs as to the operatic stage. She
gives a detailed plan for vocal health and technical exercises in
the form of musical examples. It should be of use to singers of all
ages, their teachers and choir trainers.
Kahn & Averill
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||198 x 129 x 13mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - B-format
||2nd Revised edition
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