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Advice to Singers by Frederick James Crowest

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Advice to Singers
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Publisher: Frederick Warne & Co.
ISBN/ASIN: B003UI4ANC
Number of pages: 128

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There is no subject, perhaps, on which opinions are so divided, and prejudices run so high, as the proper method of training and using the voice; nor is there perhaps one more wrapped in mystery than is the art of singing. This book will not, I am sure, add to the mystery. A careful perusal of its contents should clear away many misconceptions, and place the student on the right road to that end which he or she has in view.

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