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LESSONS IN VOCAL EXPRESSION.
The methods embodied in this work are the result of over twenty years of careful study of the principles underlying all forms of expression. This series of progressive lessons, adapted to class and other modes of study, have been practically used by the author in teaching over five thousand students.
Teachers will find here an application of the principles of the New Education to Vocal Expression. Expression has been placed upon a new basis. They will find, however, that it contains the best elements of the old, as every true advance is made upon the basis of what has gone before. (Ready July 1.)
$2.00 postpaid. Until October 1 this will include also a year's subscription to “Expression."
CLASSES FOR VOCAL EXPRESSION.
“Universally considered the best hand-book of selections ever arranged for teaching."
I am more than pleased with the book, and find it perfectly adapted to the work. — Shailer Mathews, A.M., Professor in the University of Chicago.
Price for examination or introduction, $1.10.
THE PROVINCE OF EXPRESSION.
The work of a highly intellectual man, who thinks and feels deeply, who is in earnest, and whose words are entitled to the most thoughtful consideration.
William Winter. A book of rare significance and value, not only to teachers of the vocal arts, but also to students of fundamental pedagogical principle. In its field I know of no work presenting, in an equally happy combination, philosophic insight, scientific breadth, moral loftiness of tone, and literary facility of exposition. - President William P. Warren, LL.D.
It is a treatise on the whole subject of expression, and the broadest and most complete survey of the whole subject. — DR. JULIUS H. WARD, in Boston Herald.
$2.50 postpaid. Until October 1, this will include also a year's subscription to “Expression."