How Do You Sing with Vibrato? Tips for Beginners
How do you sing with vibrato? Find out how to develop your technique in this guest post by Hayward, CA teacher Molly R...
One of the main things beginning singers tend to worry about is lack of vibrato. How do I make it happen? they ask... sometimes at the first lesson.
I usually make it very clear right away that you cannot force vibrato! If you do, you can easily damage your voice or create a very ugly wobble." Vibrato is something you have to LET happen. Here are some t
3 Timeless Songs to Sing to Improve Your Technique
Move over, Top 40! In this guest post by Newport Beach, CA teacher Patricia S., you'll learn three songs to sing that are both timeless and can help you work on your singing technique...
You dont need to repetitively practice dull vocal exercises in order to learn good singing technique. And you dont need to completely eliminate vocal style from your singing in order to train your technique. Technique and style can coexist in the training process, and are best developed simultaneo
How to Improvise on Piano and Keyboard | Exercises for Beginners
Forgo the sheet music and try your hand at improvising! Get started with this exercise from Tucker, GA teacher Linda L...
Improvising, in music, is making up your own music on the spot. It is truly playing with music, in the more common sense of the word play. Its fun, creative, and, well, playful.
When it comes to piano improvisation, I tend to think of jazz, blues, and rock. But one can definitely improvise in any musical style.
There is a lot you can learn when it
9 Epic (& Hilarious) Examples of Car Singing to Aspire To
Summer is the season of freedom and fun, and whether you're a parent or a college student on summer break, epic road trips come with the territory. Singing in the car can make running an errand the best part of your day, and when you're driving for hours at a time, there's nothing like the energy boost of a car singalong.
The following nine YouTube performances star in-transit singers and lip-syncers who know how to tap into the power of music. From toddlers with potential to superstars backi
Too Many Piano Key Neckties and 14 More Problems Only Pianists Understand
No matter how much you love playing the piano, it can also drive you crazy! Can you relate to these common piano problems?
1. When you're practicing and you need to turn the page.
Someone please invent a way to turn the page without having to stop playing! Luckily, if you own an iPad, a music app like forScore can help organize your music and turn the pages while you play.
2. When your fingers won't listen to you.
Sometimes you know in your head exactly what you need to do to