New Books on VOICE & OPERA
- If you have extra leisure time, you might want to dive into these fascinating books.
Eavesdrop on Bernard Sherman's conversations with the leading lights of the early-music
movement to understand the intense passions that surround this area of musical life today. Or if
you've enjoyed Terrence McNally's play "Master Class," take a look at the real thing: actual notes
and exercises from Maria Callas's legendary seminars in the art of singing. And for history buffs,
Anselm Gerhard's "The Urbanization of Opera: Music Theater in Paris in the Nineteenth
Century" analyzes the development of grand opera--once as popular as today's musical
blockbusters--within the context of urban expansion and the aftermath of revolution in
There is a new book on the Voice: A SPIRITUAL APPROACH TO SINGING, SPEAKING AND
COMMUNICATING and a link to the Author, Miriam Jaskierowicz Arman, at:
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