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[24] Consequently, we must not attempt to mellow our voice by coddling it nor accustom it to the conditions which it would like to enjoy, but rather give it exercise suited to the tasks on which it will be employed, never allowing it to be impaired [p. 257] by silence, but strengthening it by practice, which removes all difficulties.

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