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Singing Teacher’s Reading List (Singing Teachers)

6 replies, 2 voices Last updated by Kat Hunter 5 years, 8 months ago
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    Matt Pocock
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    Points: 10

    Feel free to edit and add your own – click on the blue ‘doc’ link at the top to go to the edit page 🙂

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    Ruth Adamson
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    Points: 54

    theres a decent one by this opera singer i will find the title tomorrow hard one to read though I’m only a little way through makes you think

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    Kat Hunter
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    Points: 5

    A few little added tidbits there. Out of all of it though, I think Cornelius Reid’s work is my favourite. Really super stuff.

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    Matt Pocock
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    OH! This is crazy awesome – thanks Kat Wells 🙂

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    Kat Hunter
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    Points: 5

    Haha no worries. Nerds unite 😛

    #5751

    Kat Hunter
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    Oh also I should add, although it’s a blog not a book/article, I also find this to be a good source of information/incite: http://petersenvoicestudio.com
    I took a course that Justin was running a while ago and it was really great.

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