William Shakespeare (16 June 1849 – 1 November 1931) was an English tenor, pedagogue, and composer. William Shakespeare was born in Croydon England on 16 June 1849. He studied in London, at the Royal Academy of Music with William Sterndale Bennett. Winning the Mendelssohn Scholarship in 1871, he travelled to Leipzig to study with composer, pianist, conductor, and pedagogue Carl Reinecke, but soon left Leipzig for Milan, to study under the guidance of the singing teacher Francesco Lamperti. He appeared in England once again as a tenor in 1875. In 1878, he was appointed as a professor of singing at the Royal Academy of Music. He died in London in 1931.

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  • William Shakespeare (16 juin 1849 – 1er novembre 1931) est un ténor, pédagogue et compositeur anglais. Né à Croydon, Shakespeare étudie à la Royal Academy of Music auprès de William Sterndale Bennett. Lauréat du Prix Mendelssohn en 1871, il se rend à Leipzig afin d'étudier avec le compositeur, pianiste, chef d'orchestre et professeur Carl Reinecke, mais quitte bientôt Leipzig pour Milan, pour étudier sous la direction du professeur de chant Francesco Lamperti. Il se produit de nouveau en Angleterre en tant que ténor en 1875. En 1878, il est nommé professeur de chant à la Royal Academy of Music. Il meurt à Londres en 1931. En plus de chanter et composer, William Shakespeare a écrite et publié plusieurs ouvrages parmi lesquels The Art of Singing, collection en trois parties parues de 1898 à 1899, Singing for Schools and Colleges, publié en 1907, Plain Words on Singing en 1924 et The Speaker's Art en 1931. Le style de pédagogie vocale de William Shakespeare reflète étroitement celui de son mentor italien Lamperti, comme en témoignent sa référence directe à la lotte vocale, concept repris directement de l'école italienne de développement vocal du XIXe siècle. (fr)
  • William Shakespeare (16 June 1849 – 1 November 1931) was an English tenor, pedagogue, and composer. William Shakespeare was born in Croydon England on 16 June 1849. He studied in London, at the Royal Academy of Music with William Sterndale Bennett. Winning the Mendelssohn Scholarship in 1871, he travelled to Leipzig to study with composer, pianist, conductor, and pedagogue Carl Reinecke, but soon left Leipzig for Milan, to study under the guidance of the singing teacher Francesco Lamperti. He appeared in England once again as a tenor in 1875. In 1878, he was appointed as a professor of singing at the Royal Academy of Music. He died in London in 1931. In addition to singing and composition, William Shakespeare wrote and published several books. These include The Art of Singing, a three-part series published from 1898 to 1899, Singing for Schools and Colleges, published in 1907, Plain Words on Singing in 1924, and The Speaker's Art in 1931. William Shakespeare's style of vocal pedagogy mirrored closely that of his Italian mentor Lamperti, as evidenced from his direct reference to la lotte vocal, a concept taken directly from the nineteenth-century Italianate school of vocal development. (en)
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  • 1849-6-16
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  • 1931-1-1
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  • William Shakespeare (16 June 1849 – 1 November 1931) was an English tenor, pedagogue, and composer. William Shakespeare was born in Croydon England on 16 June 1849. He studied in London, at the Royal Academy of Music with William Sterndale Bennett. Winning the Mendelssohn Scholarship in 1871, he travelled to Leipzig to study with composer, pianist, conductor, and pedagogue Carl Reinecke, but soon left Leipzig for Milan, to study under the guidance of the singing teacher Francesco Lamperti. He appeared in England once again as a tenor in 1875. In 1878, he was appointed as a professor of singing at the Royal Academy of Music. He died in London in 1931. (en)
  • William Shakespeare (16 juin 1849 – 1er novembre 1931) est un ténor, pédagogue et compositeur anglais. Né à Croydon, Shakespeare étudie à la Royal Academy of Music auprès de William Sterndale Bennett. Lauréat du Prix Mendelssohn en 1871, il se rend à Leipzig afin d'étudier avec le compositeur, pianiste, chef d'orchestre et professeur Carl Reinecke, mais quitte bientôt Leipzig pour Milan, pour étudier sous la direction du professeur de chant Francesco Lamperti. Il se produit de nouveau en Angleterre en tant que ténor en 1875. En 1878, il est nommé professeur de chant à la Royal Academy of Music. Il meurt à Londres en 1931. (fr)
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