In the first part of his lectures, entitled Why do we sing?, composer Reynaldo Hahn reflects on his concept of the art of singing.
In another chapter of Mysteries of the human voice, Giacomo Lauri-Volpi writes about proper breathing in singing, addressing its physiological, technical and artistic aspects.
In this chapter of Mysteries of the human voice, Giacomo Lauri-Volpi reflects on the point of support of the voice and on the resonance, and delves into the fundamental role these aspects play in the creation of vocal sound.
Giacomo Lauri-Volpi: biological and psychological phonetics Leer en español Giacomo Lauri-Volpi (1892 – 1979) was one of the greatest tenors of the twentieth century. He debuted in 1919 in I Puritani and his career took place in the most relevant stages of the world with a wide repertoire that included Gli Ugonotti, Guglielmo Tell, Turandot, […]
The successor to the legendary Adelina Patti, soprano Luisa Tetrazzini, published in 1921 her book My life of song, in which she describes her career, reflects on her life and art and gives advice to young singers.