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The Singing Man

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The Singing Man is written by Josephine Preston Peabody. He sang; above the burden and the heat, Above all seasons with their fitful grace; Above the chance and change that led his feet To this last ambush of the Market-place.

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Shakespeare and Music

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Shakespeare and Music is written by Edward W. Naylor. It is scarcely a matter of surprise, therefore, that the musical student should look in Shakespeare for music, and find it treated of from several points of view, completely and accurately.

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A Second Book of Operas

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A Second Book of Operas is written by Henry Edward Krehbiel. The opera's predecessors, "Guntram," "Feuersnot," "Salome," Oscar Wilde makes a mistaken appeal to France, His necrophilism welcomed by Richard Strauss and Berlin, Conried's efforts to produce "Salome" at the Metropolitan.

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Rural Tales, Ballads

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Rural Tales, Ballads is written by Robert Bloomfield. One piece in this collection will inform the reader of my most pleasing visit to Wakefield Lodge: books, solitude, and objects entirely new, brought pleasures.

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Resonance in Singing and Speaking

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Resonance in Singing and Speaking is written by Thomas Fillebrown. The human vocal organs form an instrument, sui generis, which cannot be compared with any other one thing. Not only is it far more complex than any other instrument, being capable.

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Recent Revolution in Organ Building

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Recent Revolution in Organ Building is written by George Laing Miller. The origin of the pipe organ is lost in the mists of antiquity. Tradition hath it that there was one in Solomon's Temple at Jerusalem, the sound of which could be heard at the Mount of Olives.

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Purcell

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Purcell is written by John F. Runciman. The dewy sweetness of the morning air is in it, and the fragrance of spring flowers. The brown sheets on which the notes are printed have lain amongst the dust for a couple of centuries; they are musty and mildewed.

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The Psychology of Singing

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The Psychology of Singing is written by David C. Taylor. The voice must be managed or handled in some way neither spontaneous nor instinctive, is the settled conviction of almost every authority on the subject. All authorities believe also that this manner of handling the voice.

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History of the Art of Music

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History of the Art of Music is written by W. S. B. Matthews. The name "music" contains two ideas, both of them important in our modern use of the term: The general meaning is that of "a pleasing modulation of sounds." In this sense the term is used constantly by poets, novelists.

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Poems and Songs

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Poems and Songs is written by Robert Burns. The force of the invective, the keenness of the wit, and the fervor of the imagination which they displayed, rendered them an important force in the theological liberation of Scotland.

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