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Vocal training

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Preview of "Vocal Warm-ups: 200 Exercises for Chorus and Solo Singers" by Klaus Heizmann

Look Inside Vocal Warm-Ups Choral; Chorus; Vocal; Voice - easy200 Exercises for Chorus and Solo Singers. Composed by Klaus Heizmann. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical, Collection. Vocal score. 67 pages. Schott Music #ED9564. Published by Schott Music (HL.49008445).

Chorus classroom....Sing! It's Good for You - excellent or the choir classroom.   #musiceducation #healtheducation #health #education #pictures

Chorus classroom....Sing! It's Good for You - excellent or the choir classroom. #musiceducation #healtheducation #health #education #pictures

Use these simple, engaging warm ups to get your choir ready to sound their best. Students will begin with physical stretches, then they will activate their breath, and they will finally move into head voice.Warm ups are easy enough for anyone to lead, regardless of choral training.

Use these simple, engaging warm ups to get your choir ready to sound their best. Students will begin with physical stretches, then they will activate their breath, and they will finally move into head voice. Warm ups are easy enough for anyone to lead, regardless of choral training.

15 Awesome Facts You Never Knew About Your Voice http://takelessons.com/blog/vocal-health-infographic-z02?utm_source=social&utm_medium=blog&utm_campaign=pinterest

Vocal health for singers is a hot topic -- after all, your voice is your instrument! Check out this infographic to learn 15 vocal cord facts you never knew.

Breath support is the basis for everything in singing. If you do it properly you should have zero tension in your throat. It’s also the reason you can make a sound in the first place because without moving air, there’s nothing to vibrate the vocal cords.

Breath support is the basis for everything in singing. If you do it properly you should have zero tension in your throat. It’s also the reason you can make a sound in the first place because without moving air, there’s nothing to vibrate the vocal cords.

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Vocal warm ups are an absolute must in my studio. Warm ups give us the opportunity to check in with our instrument to make sure it's working properly. Students spend approximately 1/3 of their lesson

Am I Tone Deaf? The Truth Behind the Misconception http://takelessons.com/blog/am-I-tone-deaf-z02?utm_source=social&utm_medium=blog&utm_campaign=pinterest

Am I Tone Deaf? The Truth Behind the Misconception http://takelessons.com/blog/am-I-tone-deaf-z02?utm_source=social&utm_medium=blog&utm_campaign=pinterest