We often forget where culture originates from. Culture is born out of the man. If today we can study technical subjects such as mathematics, artistic subjects such as music or spiritual subjects such as religion, it is because some men have bothered to organize their knowledge, their ideas, in order to transmit them to disciples.
Clearly, voice education also had its origins in the same way. The great singers of the past, once reached clear fame, were followed by a few students, called apprentices, who wanted to learn their art.
Things haven’t changed today. I was myself chosen as a Topic Expert for teaching a Communication Skill course. In fact, what I am teaching today is not yet part of any codified study “subject”. There is no book that shows it yet, apart from the one I have written. I am a pioneer of vocal coaching and have been reached by those who want to create a new type, of course, something that previously did not exist. Obviously, my fame precedes me, the results I get talks for themselves, but it is not always like that. In fact, today we find an infinite number of people who claim to be able to teach how to use the voice, sing or give speeches, yet almost no one has achieved fame for achievements related to their own voice skills.