An inspiring blogpost by Jack Livigni

Dear Kashu-do friends,

Occasionally someone writes something that so completely addresses the fundamental and challenging issues that a singer must deal with in becoming an artist.  I am touched and humbled and inspired by the completeness of this wonderful post. I highly recommend that you take the time and read this magnificent post. Jack Livigni is one of those rare singer/teachers who is more dedicated to the art of singing than he is to a mere career. The fight to reclaim the meaningful aspects of this art form we love, to separate the true principles from the business-driven propaganda, has such a powerful ally in Jack.

http://tenortalkblog.com/2010/10/18/the-memory-of-sound-sensation-and-emotion-in-singing/#comment-40

Bravo, bravo, arcibravo, Jack.  You will forgive the baritone quote.  It is the first that came to mind!

JRL

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