Lesson 09: Develop Vocal Endurance, Part 1 Distance Training

develop vocal endurance part 1 distance training

Lesson 09:
Develop Vocal Endurance
Part 1 Distance Training

Number of Tracks: 20 | Length: 88 minutes
Track Filetypes: mp3 | Download Size: 62 MB

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Lesson 09 Track List

#Track NameLength
1Welcome2:29
2What is Endurance3:49
3Double Scale Intro3:58
4Double Scale Exercise5:21
5Double Scale Piano4:21
6MAH OH AH Slide Intro2:42
7MAH OH AH Slide Exercise4:27
8YAH Octave Intro3:35
9YAH Octave Exercise4:13
10YAH Octave Piano3:39
11Balance HEY Intro9:32
12Balance HEY Exercise 4:00
13Balance HEY Piano 2:45
14MAH MAY MEE Intro1:37
15MAH MAY MEE Exercise4:53
16MAH MAY MEE Piano4:03
17Vowel Scale Intro 6:21
18Vowel Scale Exercise7:09
19Vowel Scale Piano 6:05
20Review3:24

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Vocal Endurance Lesson

Welcome to Madeleine Harvey’s “Total Voice Method”, Lesson 9: Develop Vocal Endurance, Part 1 – Distance Training. This downloadable voice lesson is the first half of a two part series. In this first part, we will focus on going the distance with your voice. You’ll learn specific techniques that will help you easily sing vocally challenging songs. Songs that would typically leave you gasping for breath.

What to Expect in this Voice Lesson

Discover the Feeling

These exercises will be asking you to draw your attention to the tiniest of sensations in your body. Your imagination is going to help you notice these subtle feelings.

Go Easy on Yourself

Don’t push! Allow yourself to feel the natural flow of your breath and sound. Never sacrifice your inner sense of relaxation for an end result.

Have Fun!

Vocal liberation is not meant to be work. It is meant to be an exploration of your very own awesomeness. Explore your voice, and give yourself permission to experience the fullness of your amazing natural sound.

Recommended Use

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.


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