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|posted: 1/26/2005 at 12:13:02 AM ET|
I am new at music and am wondering if there are ant tricks to singing to specific a rhythym
|posted: 1/26/2005 at 8:10:59 PM ET|
I'm not a singer, my mother was a contralto and my father was a coach an accompianist. I can remember hearing a lot vocalizing, scales etc., so I'm not so sure there is an easy way.
Guess you should find a good voice teacher and learn to what a singer told me was sight-singing. Pracice, practice, practice, goes for all of us.
Good luck in becoming a singer.
|posted: 1/27/2005 at 8:15:46 PM ET|
usualy you should try singing opera 4 a while.
|posted: 1/27/2005 at 11:08:07 PM ET|
The advice to sing opera might be a good idea, but requires going to a good music conservatory or finding a good voice teacher.
Although I'm not a singer, my mother went to Juilliard and she explained the amount of training - scales, sight-reading/singing, diction, and other things. It's important to have good technique, I'm not sure if you want to do all this work.
What kind of singer do you want to become? Good technique is important in any case.
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