Complete School of Singing of A. E. Varlamov and Russian Vocal Pedagogy

Tatyana V. Reshetnikova

Abstract


The article focuses on the figure of the founding
father of Russian vocal pedagogy, the author of the first
Russian treatise on vocal method, Alexander Varlaamov.
The article investigates the theoretical and practical aspects
of his Complete School of Singing. This study is based upon
archival documents, instructional materials, and textbooks
in history of Russian music.

Keywords: history of Russian music, A. VArlaamov,
Russian vocal school, vocalize


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