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|Statement||by Gordon Holmes|
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|Pagination||xi, 157 p. :|
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PREFACE. The present work is based on a life study of the voice, and has grown out of the conviction that all teaching and learning in voice-culture, whether for the purposes of singing or speaking, should as far as possible rest on a scientific foundation.
The author, believing that practice and principles have been too much separated, has endeavored to combine them in this book. Author(s): Holmes,William Gordon, Title(s): The science of voice production and voice preservation; for the use of speakers and singers.
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