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VIDEO TIP - Singers: Are you drinking enough water? By Dr Daniel K. Robinson

SINGERS: ARE YOU DRINKING ENOUGH WATER? We all know that water is essential to life! But did you know that water is also essential to singing? Join Dr Dan as he reveals why hydration is so important to singers… A link to the original article (and many more that delve deeper into the world of vocal care) can be found here, courtesy of Dr.Dan: www.djarts.com.au/singing-tips/singers-are-you-drinking-enough-water/

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Voice Care by Daniel K. Robinson

Extract of Dr Dan's article Vocal Health & Voice Care (located here) which we recommend you read in full. VoiceCare Ingo Titze and Katherine Verdolini Abbott (2012) define voice disorders according to the World Health Organisation’s classification summarising, “the relative health status of an individual involves three domains: (1) body and mind, (2) an individual’s activities, and (3) an individual’s participation in society. Both environment and personal factors come into play in every domain” (p. 39). Using Scott McCoy’s (2004) twelve headings (pp. 158–160) let’s now outline a range of areas that might “improve your chances of preserving your vocal health” (p. 158). 1. Speak Well: As stated at the commencement of this module [see here for reference], the challenge facing...

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Singing with feel by Kevin Vox of Vox Singing Academy

HOW TO SING WITH FEELING AND EMOTIONS How many singing schools, singing teachers, vocal coaches, musicians or artists can relate to this question?  I’m sure we all get asked this.  The question we continually get asked during singing lessons is, “How do I learn how to perform and sing with feeling and emotion?” Well let us answer that question for you. Singing is both an emotional and physical activity.  The truth is, anyone can sing. You can be a fantastic singer however in saying that, reaching an emotional level when singing or performing will take you to the next level.  You must always think about how you can relate to your audience and most importantly, allow yourself to connect with...

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VIDEO TIP - Getting the most out of your practice by Dr Daniel K. Robinson

GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR VOCAL PRACTICE Do you want each and every vocal workout to count? This video provides advanced tips designed to make your vocal practice the best it can be. Don’t waste valuable time just singing through your songs…stretch and challenge the voice each time you do a vocal workout! Exercises available here   A link to the original article (and many more that delve deeper into the world of vocal care) can be found here, courtesy of Dr Dan: www.djarts.com.au/singing-tips/getting-the-most-out-of-your-vocal-practice/

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VIDEO TIP - How to go from bad to good singer by Felicia Ricci

How to Go from Bad Singer to Good Singer (or at least decent!) A link to the original article (and many more that delve deeper into the world of vocal care) can be found here, courtesy of Felicia Ricci: www.FreeVocalWarmups.com Who is Felicia Ricci? Felicia Ricci is a performer, author, singer and professional voice finder who loves making singing tips videos and helping people find their voices. She teaches a FREE online tutorial called Belting Crash Course - check it out at www.freevocalwarmups.com/ Felicia has performed in the Broadway touring company of Wicked, going on for the lead role of Elphaba about twice a week, and has performed and taught master classes all over the country. She loves posting vocal technique videos to share with singers of...

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