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a falsetto does not

“The voice is naturally divided into three registers—the chest, medium and head. In a man’s voice of lower quality this last is known as “falsetto,” but in the case of a tenor he may use a tone which in sound is almost falsetto, but is really a mezza voce, or half voice. 23 more words


I indulge occasionally

Though I indulge occasionally in a cigarette, I advise all singers, particularly young singers, against this practice, which can certainly not fail to have a bad effect on the delicate lining of the throat, the vocal chords and the lungs. 10 more words


August 2

Today in 2004, Eric Clapton bought a 50% share in Cordings to save the historic gentleman’s outfitters from closure

On this day in 2001, New Orleans International Airport was re-named Louis Armstrong Airport in honor of the jazz legend… 121 more words

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