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comment Can a book on singing from the begining of the 20th century still be relevant?
Well, we know more about voice today than 100 years ago. So, there are two ways to go about it. Find a technique that is healthy and based on evidence: here, Jo Estill's technique (EVT) as well as Complete Vocal Technique (CVT) are great. In some way, CVT is complementary to EVT. There are many ways to teach some skill: some skills are kinda handed down from teachers to students, and so on (For instance, humming through a straw is a traditional technique taught in Italy; Ingo Titze found evidence for that technique). Alan Green's new voice is another great book.
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comment Techniques to develop vibrato in singing
It can be developed. Find a Jo Estill teacher, who can help you on that.