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Historical

This section lists Vocal Pedagogues that are no longer with us, but whose contributions to the world of vocology were highly influential.

Jo Estill

Josephine Antoinette Vadala was an American singer, singing voice specialist, and researcher. She was born on April 25, 1921, in Donora, Pennsylvania, USA. In her

Florence Birdwell

Florence Birdwell was an American singer, musician, and widely renowned voice teacher. She was born in Arizona, and grew up in New Mexico, later moving

Francesco Lamperti

Francesco Lamperti (1811–1892) was a respected and even “hallowed” Italian singing teacher, and author of the book “The Art of Singing”. A Savona, Italy native,

Giovanni Battista Lampereti

Giovanni Battista Lamperti

Giovanni Battista Lamperti (June 24th 1839-March 18th 1910) was an Italian singing teacher and author of the book “The Technics of Bel Canto”. In his

Mathilde Marchesi in 1897

Mathilde Marchesi

Mathilde Marchesi was a mezzo-soprano and singing teacher. She was born on 24 March 1821 and died on 17 November 1913, in London. Marchesi was

Dr. Dudley Ralph Appleman

Dr. Dudley Ralph Appelman

Born in 1908, in Eau Clair, Wisconsin, Dudley Ralph Appelman was a Bass-Baritone, and well known American singing teacher. At the age of 18 he

Lilli Lehmann

Lilli Lehmann

German born operatic soprano and voice teacher, Lilli Lehmann (1848-1929) was a rarity in the voice world. She was equally masterful as a performing artist