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Books by Herbert Caesari
The Voice of the Mind
“This is the most completely informative and best written book on the subject we have read. The author deals exhaustively with facts and indicates the lines upon which a good voice should be developed.
The Alchemy of Voice
The author aims to assist the student of singing in his quest for what is called “Production” – an inelegant and inadequate term to convey the most beautiful component of any art: a perfect technique.
E. Herbert-Caesari Audio CD
Open your mind to the greatest teaching of singing the world has ever known. This is without doubt the greatest and most comprehensive work on the art of singing.
YOUR VOICE DESERVES THE BEST!
Many contemporary singers have been schooled using the books written by Herbert Caesari.
Recommended by leading schools of music as the best books on singing available today.
LEARN THE SECRETS
Learn the secrets and techniques used by some of todays greatest performers.
ALWAYS IN PRINT
We are the sole supplier of these sought after editions. By popular demand we keep Herbert Caesari's books in print.
- Essential Saint-Saëns from Märkl and Malmö January 27, 2020Here’s a terrific disc for record collectors looking to complete their collections of Saint-Saëns’ orchestral music. The ballet from Act III of Ascanio is typical French dance music, and heaven knows there’s nothing wrong with that. In just twenty-four colorful, fun-filled minutes you get, in addition to the usual waltzes, gallops, and adagios, a splendid […]
- Fischer and Utah’s Prokofiev: Meh! January 27, 2020Alexander Nevsky is nothing if not splashy. It’s full of brilliant scoring, as befits music for Eisenstein’s cinematic epic. There are cavalcades of mallet percussion, powerful crashes from cymbals, bells, and tam-tam, growling brass, throbbing rhythms, and acres of wonderfully dark, “Russian” sonorities. Reference Recordings also typically sees to it that its engineering does the […]
- Jansons’ Shostakovich Tenth, Again and Again January 26, 2020Does anyone need to record Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony three times, as Mariss Jansons has? Would any sane person want to purchase all three versions, even if they were substantially different (they’re not)? Has the record industry learned nothing from the disaster it brought on itself since the 1990s by recording way too much of everything? […]