Title: A Manual for the Study of the Human Voice: Exercises and Practices for the Speaking and Singing Voice (two volumes)
Author: Eugene Feuchtinger. A.M. (prepared by)
Description: Two volumes in original publisher's supplied bindings. No edition stated; copyright date is 1918. Tan cloth boards with black lettering. Includes Lessons I - XXIX. Illustrated. 618 pp. 9.25 x 6 inches.
Cloth bindings show general wear and soiling. Pages are unmarked, but show some handling, edgewear, and minor soiling. Lessons are presented with anatomical illustrations (both b/w and two-tone) and photographs of notable opera singers and orators.
Eugene Feuchtinger (1862-1930) was a German-born voice coach, who immigrated to the United States in 1882 and in 1916 established a voice correspondence course called the Perfect Voice Institute. The course was immediately successful and Feuchtinger could claim students in several major European opera companies. Around 1921, due to ill health, his son, Eugene Jr., began taking over the institute's directorship.
Jacket Condition: none
Publisher: Perfect Voice Institute
Place: Chicago, Illinois
Keywords: voice lessons, voice training, antique, vintage, Feuchtinger technique, Feuchtinger method, correspondence course,
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