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Franco Corelli and a Revolution in Singing

Franco Corelli and a Revolution in Singing, vol. 1

Franco Corelli and a Revolution in Singing | by Stefan Zucker

Franco Corelli and a Revolution in Singing

FORTHCOMING

Del Monaco and Corelli each rejected sweet tenor singing in favor of what they considered a more virile approach. Del Monaco pioneered singing with the larynx lowered to the bottom of the throat. That gave him a powerful, brassy, thick, muscular, penetrating sound, more suited to emphatic climaxes than sweet caresses. The technique limited his ability to color, to modulate between loud and soft and to sing with agility or legato.

Contents of Franco Corelli and a Revolution in Singing

Contents of the forthcoming book

Franco Corelli and a Revolution in Singing 

by Stefan Zucker


 

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Franco Corelli Photos