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Panseron's A B s of Music free pdf From the PREFACE: Auguste Mathieu Panseron was born in Paris, April 26, 1796. He entered the Conservatoire at an early age, winning the "Grand prix de Rome" (1813). While in Italy, beside pursuing his theoretical work, he made an exhaustive study of the art of singing and the style of the old Italian masters. After travelling in Austria and Germany he returned to Paris and became a teacher. In 1826 he was made professor of Solfege at the Conservatoire- in 1831 professor of Vocalization, and in 1836 professor of Singing. This long experience made his text-books and his works on singing especially valuable. Able, learned and painstaking as a musician, he was kind and amiable as a man. Panseron died in Paris, July 29, 1859. "The A B C" of Music was first published in this country in 1846, edited by Signor Felice Dorigo, a professor of Italian bel canto, and at that time a resident of Philadelphia. In this form the work has had a wide circulation. While elementary in character, it presupposed, however, some knowledge of music, and could hardly be followed without the aid of a teacher- in fact it was intended primarily for the use of teachers. In the preparation of this revised edition, the editor has sought to make the book comprehensible to beginners, even to those who are obliged to study without the help of a teacher. This in no way lessens the value of the work to the teacher. The revised and amplified work goes into a more detailed explanation of the various problems as they occur, thereby making many points clearer to the student, and the book more helpful to the teacher. All of the original exercises, with trifling exceptions, have been retained, and many new exercises and scales added. "The ABC of Music" has indeed been practically rewritten to meet modern ideas and terminology. The book is a Primer of Vocalization, not a complete course in singing. It gives the beginner all that is necessary in regard to elementary matters in music - the ABC- it explains much not contained in the ordinary vocal methods- and it supplies the absolutely necessary knowledge which should be "mastered" at the start, and which, if slighted, hampers the student's progress ever after. For those who have mastered the ABC and wish to take the next step, we heartily recommend as a simple, sensible and compact book, "Twelve Lessons in the Fundamentals of Voice Production" by Arthur L. Manchester (Music Student's Library). For a progressive series of vocalizes the "Preparatory Course to the Art of Vocalization" by Eduardo Marzo, may well follow. This course may be had for Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Baritone or Bass voices. In his revision of an eminent man's work the editor has aimed to meet the needs of the beginner in music today, and to meet them as Panseron would were he writing now."

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Author : Auguste-Mathieu Panseron
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 23 August 2014
ISBN : 150093495X
EAN : 9781500934958
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 156 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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