Geraldine Farrar the Story of an American Singer

In offering these little sketches of some of the interesting events that have helped shape a career now fairly familiar to the general public, it has not been my intention to weary the indulgent reader with a lengthy dissertation of literary pretension, or tiresome data resulting from the obvious and oft-recurring “I.”

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Harmony its Theory and Practice

Most intelligent students of harmony have at times been perplexed by their inability to reconcile passages they have found in the works of the great masters with the rules given in the textbooks.

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ABC of Musical Theory

The ABC of Musical Theory by Ralph Dunstan, Mus.D. Comprising musical terms, diagrams and phrases, plus exercises based on extracts from the […]

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L'Art Du Chant 8 Vocalises à 3 voix, Op.22 by Matilde Marchesi

8 Vocalises for 3 Voices Op 22

This eBook contains a collection 8 vocalises for 3 voices written as scores for soprano voice and piano by Mathilde Marchesi who was a a German mezzo-soprano, a renowned teacher of singing, and a proponent of the bel canto vocal method.

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Manual of Singing

THE following work is intended principally for the use of School-masters and Choir-trainers, especially amateurs.

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12 Elementary Vocalises Op 13

This eBook contains a collection 12 vocalises for elementary singers written as scores for voice and piano by Mathilde Marchesi who was a a German mezzo-soprano, a renowned teacher of singing, and a proponent of the bel canto vocal method.

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Fifty Steps in Sight Singing

IT is slowly beginning to be recognised that to be unable to read a single line of music at sight is, after all, rather a sign of ignorance. This is encouraging, and should be made the most of by all who have at heart the spread of musical education, and the consequent advancement of music in this country.

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The Marchesi Vocal Method

THE Theoretical and Practical Vocal Method that I now publish is an educational work which commences with the vocal alphabet, that is to say, with elementary exercises, and contains also a series of Elementary and Progressive Vocalises for the formation of the mechanism of the voice.

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20 Progressive Elementary Vocalises Op 15

This eBook contains a collection 20 progressive elementary vocalises written in Italian and Dutch and published in 1903 with scores for voice and piano by Mathilde Marchesi who was a a German mezzo-soprano, a renowned teacher of singing, and a proponent of the bel canto vocal method.

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Manual of Graded Sight Singing Melodies

The exercises in this Manual are to be transferred by the grade teacher to the blackboard staves and written in the usual musical notation; that is, pupils are from the first to see notes only, and the teacher alone makes use of the Manual.

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A Book of Operas

A Book of Operas

The history of what is popularly called Italian opera begins in the United States with a performance of Rossini’s lyrical comedy “Il Barbiere di Siviglia”;

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24 Progressive Elementary Vocalises Op 5

This eBook contains a collection 24 progressive elementary vocalises with scores for mezzo-soprano, soprano and contralto voice and piano by Mathilde Marchesi who was a a German mezzo-soprano, a renowned teacher of singing, and a proponent of the bel canto vocal method.

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