Extend Your Vocal Range
Number of Tracks: 19 | Length: 50 minutes
Track Filetypes: mp3 | Download Size: 36 MB
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Lesson 02 Track List
|3||What is Vocal Range||1:13|
|4||Lip Trill Intro||1:42|
|5||Lip Trill Exercise||4:07|
|6||Lip Trill Piano||3:28|
|7||Tongue Trill Intro||2:04|
|8||Tongue Trill Exercise||4:28|
|9||Tongue Trill Piano||3:40|
|10||NN Slide Intro||2:00|
|11||NN Slide Exercise||2:43|
|12||NN Slide Piano||2:06|
|13||NN AH Slide Intro||2:12|
|14||NN AH Slide Exercise||3:32|
|15||NN AH Slide Piano||2:40|
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Vocal Range Voice Lesson
Welcome to Madeleine Harvey’s “Total Voice Method”, Lesson 2: Extend Your Vocal Range. In this downloadable voice lesson, you are going to learn how to extend your vocal range. This is essential because it will build more confidence, and learn to sing with greater freedom. This will ultimately make singing so much easier for you.
What to Expect in this Voice Lesson
We are going to making lots of sounds. Your voice may wobble and break. Please don’t judge yourself. Allow breaks to happen. We are focusing on strengthening your voice and building more flexibility.
Use Your Hands
You will be asked to use your hands a lot. It’s important that you play along. It will help you release muscle tension as you feel it.
We will be working a lot with movement in this lesson. At times, you will be asked to gently roll your head from side to side. This is going to allow you an easy way to disengage any muscle tension as it happens. Please use your discretion when participating in these exercises.
This is not meant to be work. It is meant to be play. So give yourself permission to let go of your voice and let go of all expectations. If you feel the need to laugh and giggle at yourself, go ahead. This is supposed to be fun.
This downloadable voice lesson should be listened to at a time and in a place where and when you can dedicate your complete attention. This program is not meant to be used when you are operating heavy machinery, motor vehicles or anything that could be labeled as a device, please use your own discretion while participating in this lesson.
Do not attempt to sing if you are sick or if your throat or vocal cords feel strained. If you are experiencing chronic inflammation or suspect you may have any kind of vocal disorder please consult with your doctor prior to participating in this lesson.