This week we’re looking at the dietary needs of a successful singer.
Posts Tagged ‘Training’
Are You Trapped in “Maybe”? It is that special indecisiveness that can haunt a performer. What does being trapped in maybe sound like? Q: “Which will be your practice days this week?” A: “Maybe I can get in some singing on Tuesday and Thursday.” Q: “Will you approach some venues on your trip to New [...]
The Case: The one-dimensional voice The Singer: Lianna, 25 years of age, working as a legal PA and doing open mic slots on the London circuit For you? Do you ever find you want to more effectively make the sounds that you hear in your head? Case Summary: Lianna was getting great feedback about her [...]
Take your audience into a peak experience –says Mark Baxter
The Case: A very tense jaw The Singer: Larry was 23 years old, in his final year of a three-year undergraduate course in contemporary music; he was presenting five songs for his final showcase. For you? Anyone who has to locate an area of tension and reduce its effects. Case Summary: Larry had begun to [...]
This week we’re taking a look at the topic of postural support.
This week we’re exploring the issue of breath control in singing
When it comes to words for different voice qualities it’s “Vive la difference”! –says Kim Chandler
Dear Doctor Jahn, I’m curious: I have a friend who sings in a sultry, airy voice. My voice is more clear (I think both styles are great) – but what is it, exactly, that makes her voice sound “breathy”? And could I do that??? Ken Dear Ken, What an interesting question! The answer is complex, [...]
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