Placido DomingoHelena Matheopoulos
A first-hand account by one of the great artists of operatic history of his view of every one of the 120 roles in his vast and varied repertoire. Placido Domingo analyzes each part both vocally and dramatically, tracing his journey from the first time he tackled it to the present, describing his emotions while performing it and explaining how he conquers or circumvents any vocal pitfalls. He also reveals one of the secrets of longevity which enables him, at the age of 59, not only to undertake mammoth new roles, but to often sound younger and fresher than many of his more youthful colleagues in the same performance.
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|Publisher||Little, Brown & Company|
|Number of Pages||352|