excerpt from 'Musings & memories of a musician' pp. 39-40 (119 words)

excerpt from 'Musings & memories of a musician' pp. 39-40 (119 words)

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Musings & memories of a musician

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Madame Joachim's was a perfect vocal technique, joined to the gift of a beautiful sonorous contralto voice, great depth of feeling, a keen intellect, a subtle sense of humour, and fine musical perception. These forces she put into the service of an exalted ideal of her art, with the result that there was neither lack nor exuberance, but a sort of Grecian serenity, a faultless balance of values, so to speak, with just enough of her own personality in everything she did, to render her singing interesting and gratifying beyond the intrinsic merit of the works she interpreted. Many are the singers who please the thousands, but only a very small number satisfy the few as Amalie Joachim did. 

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