Yes indeed! With Hamilton and the young but brilliant Conrad L. Osborne on board, High Fidelity was sacred scripture for me in my high school years. I can't even estimate how much of my musical education, and especially my understanding of opera and singing, I owe to those men. Hamilton's been gone for almost a decade, but I'm delighted that Osborne is still writing and publishing on his own.Woodduck - David Hamilton was one of the best, wasn't he? His reviews were not just opinions, but BACKED-UP with a very-solid knowledge of vocalisms, techniques ... past, and always SPECIFIED why the "old guys/old girls" were so excellent ... as the latter (Lehmann, Melchior, Tito Schipa, etc., etc.) established many of the standards of how singing should be DONE.