In Celebration of the Human Voice - The Essential Musical Instrument

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Phyllis Fulford and Michael Miller
Complete Idiot's Guide to Singing

So You Want to Be a Singer
Your First Singing Lesson
Employing Vocal Imagery
Finding Your Range
Developing Your Technique with Vocal Exercises
Learning to Sing Properly
Let's Get Physical
Straight and Tall: Why Posture Makes a Difference
Waiting to Exhale: Learning Breath Control
Finding Your Focus: Vocal Placement and the Even Voice
Basic Vocal Theory
Do, a Deer: Using Solfeggio Techniques
Practicing Your Sight Singing
Phrasing and Dynamics
Learning and Practicing a Song
Choral Singing
Classical and Musical Theater
Pop, Rock, and Country
Gospel and R&B
Taking Care of Your Voice
Finding a Teacher
Singing on Stage and in the Studio
Follow Your Dreams

You're no idiot, of course. You're always singing along with what's playing on the radio or CD player. However, you are afraid to share your vocal abilities with your family and friends - and performing on stage is merely a fantasy. This easy-to-read guide teaches you how to overcome your stage fright and become a better singer! Topics include finding an ideal singing range, tips on how to stand and breathe properly, techniques for singing in various styles, advice on overcoming stage fright, and much more. Also includes an audio CD with examples of different techniques and accompaniments for the singing exercises in the book.

Item code: 6558B | Book & 1 CD | $24.95 add item to cart
Instructional | 250 Pages | Softcover | 9 x 12

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