In the twenty-fifth chapter of her book Singer’s pilgrimage, Blanche Marchesi expressed her considerations regarding the education of the voice in the art of singing.
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.
At the end of twentieth chapter of her book Singer’s pilgrimage, Blanche Marchesi shares her thoughts on some of the aspects of languages in the art of singing.
In the twenty-third chapter of her book Singer’s pilgrimage, Blanche Marchesi takes us into the very revealing instance of the voice trial and shares valuable reflections that we can very easily apply to the current state of the world of singing.
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.
The eminent Lilli Lehmann published in 1902 her singing treatise Meine Gesangskunst. In 1914 she wrote the prefaced for the revised edition and seized the opportunity to draw attention to the importance of technique.
In October 1887, Arrigo Boito, librettist, composer and by then Verdi’s close friend and collaborator, wrote to the Maestro asking him for a list of old Italian composers whose study could help correct the deviated course in which the young music students were at the end of the 19th century.