The Art of Singing
by Luisa Tetrazzini, Enrico Caruso
Publisher: Elegant Ebooks 2008
Number of pages: 60
Caruso was one of the world's most loved male singers and Tetrazzini was known as an incredible Italian soprano. These 1909 pieces on the art of singing are a must for anyone seriously interested in singing. These incredible musician's speeches are printed here without any editing. What a valuable source of knowledge for future musicians.
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