The Voice: A Memoir

The Voice: A Memoir
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The voice is deep memory inspiration from one of the most sought after and admired classical singers in the world – a man who reached the summit of his art by overcoming the odds extremely disheartening
Thomas Quasthoff, the. German bass-baritone, stands a shade over four feet tall, arms and hands severely underdeveloped, the result of thalidomide poisoning while he was in the womb. But the determination gorgeous animated by a sense of mischievous man, Quasthoff has overcome his physical limitations and Dickensian childhood, cultivating his musical genius and thrilling classical music lovers with his sublime voice. What shines via Quasthoff astonishing story is his strong refusal to wallow in self-pity, to see himself as a victim. If it brings a painful childhood marked by several agonizing surgeries, and anecdotes of family union, expressing his devotion to his students as a teacher of singing, exposing its enjoy o The Voice: A Memoir

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