Nava's Method for Baritone edited by Charles Santley (1834–1922) .
Method of Instruction for a Baritone Voice, a translation of "Metodo pratico di vocalizzazione, per le voci de basso e baritono" by G. Nava (London, c 1872)
Containing a complete system of solfeggi, vocalises, & exercises; with general rules on the art of singing, by Gaetano Nava. (1802-1875) Edited by his pupil Charles Santley.
Nava, a distinguished Italian teacher of singing, and writer of vocal exercises, born at Milan 1802 , professor at the Conservatory of Music in Milan.
The name solfeggio is applied to certain melodies without words, written expressly for a particular kind of voice, and intended for the use of students in exercises in intonation and enunciation.
The condition is very good and no annotations in a clean tight good binding Size 7 X 11 ins. Red hard cloth covers have gilt title on the front . PO's name on front free endpaper, otherwise unmarked and fine.
This is a rare book to find in its original translation and binding