Jeannie introduces the upcoming section of exercises that help voice relax and recuperate. Jeannie warns that the forthcoming exercises are very simple, but they warrant a lot of time doing them over and over.
- One of the things that's very important…in getting your voice going and cultivating it…like a flower, we're going to water it…to help your voice grow, so the way of doing that…started with the warm-up section of exercises,…and now we're going to use a number…of different melodies and approaches…that help to stimulate and relax…and limber different muscles of your voice.…
The way that muscles work and the way your voice works…is there's the muscles here in your face,…the muscles in your throat and neck.…These exercises very quickly stimulate,…act as massages you could think of them as,…and so we're gonna go through these.…You don't need to know much more…than just what the exercise is…and what the focus and approach is,…which I'll be telling you one-by-one.…
As simple as these exercises are,…they take some figuring out to feel it on yourself…so I can describe it and I can demonstrate them,…which I will, but for you to figure it out for yourself…in your own personal world will take some repetition.…The series of exercises that go in this section…
Note: Vocal Lessons with Jeannie Deva was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We are honored to host this training in our library.
- Keeping your voice limber with neck massage
- Practicing tongue exercises
- Correcting bad vocal habits
- Stretching and exercising the tongue with slides
- Warming up with lip trills
- Reducing vocal strain
- Improving vocal range
Skill Level Beginner
1. Warming Up
2. Tongue Exercises and the La-Ga Series
3. Slides, Trills, and Tone
4. Quick-Fix Exercises
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