Laure Cinti-Damoreau was a leading operatic French soprano who created lead roles in Rossini’s last five operas. A new entry in our History section presents the introduction to her Method of singing, published in 1849.
We are pleased to announce we have published a French translation of The legacy of the García family and the original Italian text of Giraldoni’s Compendium and of the chapters of Voci e cantanti by Heinrich Panofka.
Luca D’Annunzio presenta la segunda edición digital de la obra Sugerencias sobre canto, de Manuel García, publicada originalmente en 1894.
We are very pleased to announce we have published a French translation of our original article Breathing in vocal art and an Italian translation of our entry The legacy of the García family.
It is a great pleasure to introduce our first series of interviews in Reflections on Vocal Art by speaking with Andrés Moreno Mengíbar, doctor in history and professor of geography and history, music critic and author of “Los García, una familia para el canto.”
There’s a new entry in our History section, dedicated to the lives of Manuel García, María Malibrán and Pauline Viardot.
At the end of the twenty-third chapter of her book Singer’s pilgrimage, Blanche Marchesi relates some other very revealing examples of the voice trial.
Third part of the chapter that Blanche Marchesi devotes in her book Singer’s pilgrimage to the question of style and traditional performances in the art of singing.
At the end of twentieth chapter of her book Singer’s pilgrimage, Blanche Marchesi shares her thoughts on how the music of Wagner was incorporated in the art of singing and how it should and shouldn’t be sung.
In her book of 1923, the celebrated Blanche Marchesi approaches the extremely complex and challenging task of the singing master in two sections of the penultimate chapter: Teaching Teachers and Teachers’ Hardships.