Lari helps you connect your entire body and mind to the experience of singing. She helps you go beyond thinking only about your voice as your instrument, and explains how to be a whole singer.
- This lesson is called the whole singer…and this lesson is about taking the approach to singing…that focuses on the technical,…the action of your instrument,…the mechanics of your instrument, but doesn't stop there.…It really is an effort to think of an experience,…the act of making music with your voice…as an action that involves everything about you.…
Your instrument, unlike a guitar or a drum, is you.…You are your instrument.…It's not just this mechanism.…It's not even just the vocal cords…and your head and your breathing apparatus,…it's actually your entire body.…Everything about you is part of your instrument,…your music-making instrument.…
So, I want to encourage you and inspire you…to approach your instrument as yourself,…just one manifestation,…one expression of yourself as a human being,…your life, an expression of your existence.…I think it involves biology,…the physiological instrument that you have,…very much involves your mind, the neurology of your brain,…how you think, how you hear, what your attitude is,…
Note: This course was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We're pleased to host this training in our library.
- The history of singing in human culture
- Reviewing the key ingredients needed to be ready to sing
- Understanding your vocal instrument
- Caring for your voice
- Building core strength
- Developing the correct mental approach to singing
- Key terms and vocabulary of the music language
- Using a piano to find the right key
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Understanding Your Vocal Instrument
3. Core Strength Building for Singers
4. Speaking the Language of Music
Mind: The thinking singer3m 37s
5. Using a Piano to Find the Right Key
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