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We also speak of a florid style, a lucid style or a delightful style. It can be the general characteristics of writing, singing, speaking or of artistic expression; or again, of a way of presenting things proper to a person or school or period or in a manner that rightly exhibits their characteristics. We talk sometimes about "acquiring" a style. Can we? We can cultivate a mannerism or develop an affectation, 35 36 The Common Sense of Singing or by sheer mimicry copy the style we admire in someone else, but we cannot by so doing develop a definite individual personality.

Opera houses are large buildings and the most successful performers in them are extroverts with outsize personalities. It is true that there are operas that call for subtle delineations of character but these works are exceptions. The normal operatic repertoire calls for a display of histrionics on a grand scale—one meaning of the term "Grand Opera". As recently as December 1962 I saw these headlines in two of our national daily papers: "Opera Heroine Eschews Histrionics" and "A Tosca free from Melodrama".

There are many other exercises and there are no fixed rules as to how they should be used or applied because at all times the procedure of tutelage must be adapted to suit individual requirements, and as I have already observed, no two singers are alike. At no stage in the development of a singer should florid exercises be neglected, but I would like to offer this warning: nearly all the pubhshed books of vocalise consist of exercises on one selected vowel. I think this is wrong. Exercises on one vowel are by no means easy to sing freely, and the aim of all exercises should be to acquire freedom.

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