Caruso's Method of Voice Production: The Scientific Culture of the Voice
by P. Mario Marafioti
Publisher: D. Appleton 1922
Number of pages: 350
The greatest tenor of his day, Enrico Caruso possessed remarkable breath control and enunciation along with an intense quality of vocal pathos. This guide explains clearly and scientifically how singers can emulate his phenomenal vocal production. Written by a noted laryngologist who devoted most of his career to Caruso, it includes detailed diagrams, instructions, and exercises.
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