We sing a lot in band class, mostly chords to help with tuning, but sometimes we do chorales or sing actual songs. (Crazy, I know.) Last year we did a piece based on Moby Dick. One movement was entirely vocal except for a little bit of percussion. This year we’re singing again to complement one of our instrumental pieces. As a result of all of this (and lots of home-alone singing outbursts), I can actually sing the correct pitches. Well, most of the time, if I practice, but I rarely want to cry from embarrassment when I sing now! It’s like a miracle.
www.elitemusicinstruction.com/voice Singing Instruction In Boca Raton Singing Lessons for Children-Adults
www.singingsuccess.com/ Learn At Home. The Professional's Secrets. Add An Octave Guaranteed.
www.igottalentnow.com/ Get the information you need to get started as a singer. Sign Up Today!
www.thesingingzone.com/Learn-to-Sing Breakthrough Method Releases Your Unique Voice! Free Video Here
www.how-to-sing.com/ 10 Short Weeks is All It Takes To Be a Powerful Vocalist!
mlarmalade has written 3 entries about this goal
Dug out my chorus book from my middle school production of “Seussical Jr.” in which I was a Who. My costume was a tribute to epic-ness everywhere…my singing, not so much. I’m working through it for practice.
My band director makes us sing during warm ups, so I’m guess I’m getting some practice then. Honestly, having a bunch of band kids sing seems a little masochistic on his part, ;) but he actually called me out and said I was doing well.
My main issue is singing alone and without a reference point from a musical instrument. I can play an F on my oboe and match it vocally, but whenever I try to just sing an F I fail epically.