The Grand Tradition: Seventy Years of Singing on Record


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Before the gramophone could do justice to an orchestra, it was able to reproduce the human voice with comparative fidelity. Steane examines the great mass of singing on record and follows the fortunes of modern singers as well as old, in song, opera, and choral singing. This corrected second edition includes a preface and bibliography.

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Dec 19, 2011

Great book

Great book! Steane's sensitivity to the art of singing is among the best. A must have for any fan of opera.

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