Making More Sense of how to Sing: Multisensory Techniques for Voice Lessons and Choir Rehearsals
(Meredith Music Resource). This book reveals how anybody can learn to sing and how any voice teacher or choral conductor can get anybody to sing, and keep making breakthroughs in singing. With multi-sensory techniques to match and build learning strengths, this book is for any singer from the rank beginner including those thought to lack the ability to the experienced and mature singer. Whether for self-guided, teacher-guided, or conductor-guided learning situations, this unique collection of exercises wakes up the senses for amazing results. (a href="http: //youtu.be/gfgYisAjZ2Y" target="_blank")Click here for a YouTube video on Making More Sense of How to Sing(/a)
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