Tips For Singing Higher Notes

Despite having practiced singing higher tones and improving your range to reach higher notes, chances are there will be times when you can’t fully sustain them. Or you will find a song composed of lots of high notes (rather than say hitting one high note

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5 Singing Exercises To Warm Up

One of the most effective ways to help prevent vocal cord damage and voice fatigue is by doing some warm-up singing exercises before performing or rehearsing. Warming up helps to relax your muscles and get air flow working prior to

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How To Increase Your Vocal Range

When we think of how to increase vocal range, we generally tend to think about adding higher notes, right? However, our lower range is also very, very important. Some of the best sounding tones come from your lower range and

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Music Scholarships

Several organizations in the United States offer music scholarships in order to encourage students to take of music as a profession and uphold culture. Like most other forms of art, a full-fledged career in music can be deeply rewarding. However, the study

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5 Reasons for Taking Singing Lessons

Your journey to a better voice can begin with your first Singing Lesson! Here are five good reasons to take singing lessons. 1) Natural Self-Esteem Booster The success you feel after completing a specific goal or learning a new skill

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Singing Exercises – the Basics

There are a number of basic singing exercises available to help you be a better singer, and even a rudimentary understanding of these fundamentals can dramatically improve your voice! In fact, learning a range of singing exercises is essential in

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The Principles of Music Teaching

The pursuit of personal excellence, whether as a five-year-old or as a sixty-five-year-old, is a driving force of life--the cradle of hope and faith. Whether this pursuit is in the planting of a garden, the raising of a child, the

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The Berlin Philharmonic Back in Salzburg

The Berlin Philharmonic made its annual appearance in Salzburg with an exciting program comprising three concerts and one opera. The emphasis this year was on the British composer, Benjamin Britten. His opera, Peter Grimes, is a gloomy saga about the

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The Washington Opera

Although in its current season the Washington Opera will be giving 80 performances of eight operas, the beginnings of this impressive company were humble. In fact, the first formal performance of the company in 1957 took place in an auditorium

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