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Lorena Soto

on 8 February 2013

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Breathing Correctly Chorus There are different types of ranges such as soprano which is a high voice, an alto which is the middle voice, and tenor is the low voice. It is important to know the range your comfortable with while singing. Fooling around can cause you to embarrass yourself and you will see little to no progress. Before you start to sing, you must warm-up just like any other sport to ignore any injuries. Without warming up you can strain your voice. Breathing correctly is important because when singing you must always use your diaphragm in order to hold a long note and so that you won't run out of breath. Projecting Your Voice You must be able to project your voice or else you are not going to be heard. It all starts from the diaphragm, but be careful you don't want to seem like your shouting. In any music class you will eventually learn about some music legends. In class we learned about Muddy Waters and the Rolling Stones. Muddy Waters was known for the start of using slide guitar during the Blues, along with the Rolling Stones who both helped start Rock 'n' Roll. One of the famous quotes from Muddy Waters, Brownie McGhee, and Chuck Berry is, “The Blues had a baby. They named it Rock and Roll.” Most importantly when performing always maintain a professional appearance. For example: no playing with your hair, no moving around, and appropriate attire. Learning new vocabulary words that are related to music Learning Vocabulary Follow Directions Famous Quotes For example: improvisation, piano, forte, accelerando, crescendo, ensemble, etc. Credits Warm-up: http://s1.hubimg.com/u/4385088_f260.jpg Diaphragm: http://www.merckmanuals.com/media/home/figures/PUL_diaphragm_breathing.gif Projecting: http://sixminutes.dlugan.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/toastmasters-6-vocal-variety.jpg Quote Picture: http://i.ebayimg.com/t/BLUES-HAD-A-BABY-AND-THEY-NAMED-IT-ROCK-AND-ROLL-THE-CD-MUDDY-WATERS-BB-KING-/00/s/NzM2WDg0NA==/$T2eC16FHJGQE9noMZK8nBQoEgFpNkQ~~60_35.JPG Range: https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTA90ODJeQYVsPBVQ7B6xhaGySGU09EnaImUqAOMWCD4kpy4uyVSA Fooling Around: http://llamamanly.webs.com/smashing-pumpkins.jpg Vocabulary: http://rubber-stamp-shack.com/sweet_grass_stamps/plate_10_music/10_mounted/10_music_words_m.JPG Muddy Waters: https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQBlbgpcqDsauoHeArlHzolMQTIeQp-68helGLUeGhtIXw8dTcrbQ Choir: http://www.cyberbass.com/images/choir.gif Arrows: http://lets-explore.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/arrows.gif Warming-up Most importantly always follow directions and pay attention because you may not know who sings what part. Music Legends Ranges Fooling Around
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