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Jennifer Hamady
The Art Of Singing

Finding the Voice That Was Never Lost
The Brain in Singing
Fear and the Psychology of Singing
Putting Theory into Practice
Strengthening the Diaphram
Voiced Consonants
Voiced Lip Trills
Engaging the Singing Voice
Vocal Integration
Hearing versus Feeling
Strengthening the Voice
Register Shifts
Interpretation as a Vocal Tool
Melodic Context
Fine Tuning / Trouble Spots

Jennifer Hamady has performed the world over with many of the top names in the music business. Also a voice coach to television actors, Broadway performers, and award-winning vocalists, she has written a ground-breaking book on singing and the psychology of performing that is a must-read for every artist working today. Using the medium of the voice, Jennifer shares her insights and experiences as a coach and a singers that will opern your eyes to how we all - musicians and non musicians alike - allow fear, doubt, preconceived notions, and overthinking to get in the way of clear, healthy, optimal singing - and living. The accompanying CD - in Jennifer's own voice - captures a conversation about her ideas and journey, as well as excercises that will help you discover and release your true and best instrument. Performers of all ages and abilities will gain valuable insight into the mechanics, psychology and physiology of singing.

Item code: 5077B | Songbook & CD | $19.95 add item to cart
Classical  | Solo | 96 Pages | Softcover | 9 x 12
884088210717 | 1423454804 | 00311476

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