Information Regarding Singing:

Practice Procedure

Stable Larynx

Anatomy of Singing

Vowel Alterations

Vocal Evaluation

Breathing Exercises


Some of the exercises below are very advanced.  Do not do them if you are not at that level of training.  You can cause vocal fatigue, strain, or injury if you do them incorrectly or for too long a time.  If you get hoarse or feel pain, STOP.   Pain does not equal gain.  Pain during singing is a warning sign.  If it hurts, it is wrong.


Extended Arpeggio Sopranos, Mezzo Sopranos, Altos

Extended Arpeggio Tenors, Baritones, Basses

m-m-m-m-ee-ee-ee-ee Sopranos, Mezzo Sopranos, Altos

m-m-m-m-ee-ee-ee-ee Tenors, Baritones, Basses

oo – Sopranos, Mezzo Sopranos, Altos

oo – Tenors, Baritones, Basses

oo-oh-ah – Tenors, Baritones, Basses

we – we – we (oui,oui,oui) – Sopranos, Mezzo Sopranos, Altos

we – we – we (oui,oui,oui) – Tenors, Baritones, Basses

Velocity Exercises (Sing down an octave, if necessary)

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