Towards Freedom in Singing, by Dina Soresi Winter and Theodora RichardsRudolf Steiner College Press
"Singing is a noble art. Nowadays, we are often reminded that it can hold the mirror up to nature. Many songs reflect the psychological pain and dissonance of our age, and many voices are trapped by materialism. However, singing can also express a special kind of freedom from physical bondage. Then it becomes a joyous, light-filled art form expressive of Humanity as it moves toward freedom."
--from the Introduction
- Spiritual Aspects of Singing, by Dina Winter
- The Singer as Instrument, by Theodora Richards
- Toward Freedom and Joy in Singing, by Dina Winter
- Breathing, Coordination, Tone
- A Journey
- Fear of Singing
- Singing Off Pitch
- Rudolf Steiner and Singing
- Singing with Children
- Is Singing for Everyone?
Dina Soresi Winter was an opera singer and has spent a lifetime, largely in Detroit, opening countless adults to the joy of singing through her teaching. Theodora Richards was a major supporter of much anthroposophical work in the New York area. Both have followed the suggestions of Rudolf Steiner to deepen their understanding of the nature of tone.