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Rough Video for
Anyone Can Sing ... (re June 2010)
"Well ... as turns out, I had made a “rough video” which I
have just sat down and watched for the first time since
then, all fifty-three minutes of virtually my whole
technique ... excepting those things I have been pleasured
to discover in the ensuing eight years. It starts and stops
... and there is even a bit of humor in it–modest–but it has
all of the ingredients to more than adequately acquaint you
with most of the secrets of my technique ... and start you
on an entirely new level of breathing/support, focus, how to
sing proper vowels, add cord and spin to your voice, etc.
... as well as giving more than a modicum of life to the
almost three years of Tip’s of the Month in the Archives
below this Tip."
Richard Fredricks In Concert, with Symphony Orchestra
An evenings performance of Opera, Pop and Musical Comedy,
featuring Mattinata, Valentine's aria from Faust, Figaro's
aria from the Barber of Seville, Where is the Life that late I
Led, Easy to Remember, Begin the Beguine, Ol' Man River,
Soliloquy, etc. Check this out on my Audio page! A great CD
for your car ...
As King Arthur, Richard sings I Wonder What the King is Doing
Tonight, Camelot, How to Handle a Woman, etc., in this fully
Richard stars as Baron Scarpia, in one of his best signature
roles. Fully staged.
... another of Richard's signature roles, a full-dress
rehearsal, with all of the bells and whistles. Wonderful
MAN OF LA
MANCHA ... As the master of the three characters, Richard
was nominated for Best Actor, by the esteemed Detroit Free
Press critic, Lawrence Devine; review included. The house
camera was stationary, no "close-ups," but wonderful sound,
especially "I am I Don Quixote" and "Impossible Dream!"
With the purchase of all five, you will receive a DVD of
excerpts of some of Richard's TV appearances, from the Odd
Couple Show, Tonight Show, Merv Griffen, Dinah Shore, etc.
CD/DVD Package $69
and handling for one ... or all five!
ALSO AVAILABLE FROM
AMAZON, For your convenience:
Live From Wolf Trap, with The New York City Opera Company