||New Vocal Instructor
||Sine qua non. New Vocal Instructer [sic], containing exercises for improving and modulating the voice, correcting and familiarizing the ear, to harmony and intonation; and facilitating the inflective powers of execution: also lessons for the acquirement of graces, ornaments and cadenzas, on the established precedent of the first singers in Europe: the whole prefaced by rules and directions, indispensable for the singer on the art of pronunciation, articulation, emphasis, style & taste: founded on the unerring laws of nature and common sense. Exposing also the defects of singers, ignorant of the above system. ... The sequel to this work is a set of twelve easy solfeggi.
||Corri, Philip Antony
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||voice with piano accompaniment
After Philip Antony Corri, son of Domenico Corri, settled in Baltimore, he adopted the name Arthur Clifton.