Great Singers: An Endangered Species

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University Press of America, Jul 10, 2012 - Art - 80 pages
This book supplies detailed explanations for young singers, teachers, and professional singers with 'troubled' voices. Striny's previous book, Head First, discussed this process but without specific instructions to accomplish the task. This completely original process was conceived by Striny to correct major problems in his voice that had been caused by two separate voice teachers. The content of the process and the suggested duration of time duplicate exactly what his self-study called for in both cases. Readers will feel in tune with a philosophy generated through this endeavor, which cements self-confidence and self-esteem with the attained accomplishments. It permits you to do your tasks without overt manipulation.
 

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Contents

Understanding Reality
1
30 Days to a New Voice
21
The Entire World of Opera in Five Vowels
41
Appendix
58
Index
67
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Denes Striny is an international operatic tenor and maintains one of New York City's most prominent voice studios. He most recently conducted the London Philharmonia Orchestra in a CD of Italian arias with Matthew Wolff, tenor.