Who Speaks? was published in Wisconsin in 1998, a compilation of two pieces self-published by Hans Pusch more than forty years ago. Opening with an essay Pusch wrote and then distributed in 1951, Who Speaks? offers important contributions to our study of speech and language.
Hans Push was a student of Rudolf Steiner and attended Steiner's 1924 Speech and Drama Course in Dornach, Switzerland. An actor and teacher, Pusch moved to the United States in 1939. Inspired by Steiner's language study given in German, Pusch transposed and reworked the German speech exercises to English and presented them in English in 1965. The speech exercises in this book offer priceless aid to English speakers wishing to release the power of their human voice.
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Tags: Anthroposophy, Rudolf Steiner, Waldorf, Speech