In this video, take much of what you learned in earlier videos and internalize it by singing scales and learning the connections between the notes. Lari walks through how to sing each scale; as you sing the notes, Lari identifies them by their note names and also the number in the scale pattern. Backing tracks in three keys are provided to help you continue developing this skill as you practice.
- You have covered a lot of territory so far.…You have been introduced to a lot of great concepts…about building scales, how the notes are laid out…on the piano, the relationship between the whole steps…and the half steps, to make a major scale,…to make a minor scale.…You've learned a lot of stuff already,…and the great news is, is that you can dig even deeper…into this and really prevent yourself…from ever getting trapped in the chick singer…or prima donna syndrome.…
Right now, we are going to exercise this connection…that we've established here between the pitches…that we've learned,…the notes as they're named,…like C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C,…and the number of the scale, like one, two, three,…four, five, six, seven, eight.…And we're going to sing so that you really get…the connection between all of these definitions…or ways of describing the notes that you're singing.…
We've created a backing track so that you have the scales…to follow, and what we want to do is sing…these scales identifying each note…of the scale as you sing it,…
Note: This course was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We're pleased to host this training in our library.
- Understanding scales, chords, and intervals
- Range and register
- Ear training
- Warming up your voice and body
- Building a warm-up routine
- Using yoga for the practice and performance of singing
- Shaping your vocal sound