Caruso and Tetrazzini on the Art of Singing
This classic work is filled with non-technical advice for aspiring singers from two of the greatest voices to ever take the stage: the tenor Caruso and the coloratura soprano Tetrazzini. The two Italian legends discuss the care and training of the voice, tone emission and attack, voice faults, more.
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