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Finally, nasality sometimes occurs as a result of a lack of what I call “appropriate vocal cord adduction”.  By appropriate, I mean just enough, and not too much.  To get the feeling of cord adduction, say in a clear tone, “UH-UH-UH”.  (NOT huh-huh-huh).  This should bring the vocal cords together, and lower the larynx at the same time.  I discuss vocal cord adduction in many of my blogs- please feel free to check them out!

from the album Curtain Call · Copyright: Writer(s): Marshall Mathers, Jeffrey Bass, Steven Tyler Lyrics Terms of Use

In 1640 at Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Puritans published the Bay Psalm Book, the first book of any kind to be printed in British North America. The Puritan ministers sought to provide in the Bay Psalm Book a rendering of the Psalms that was smoother and closer to the original Hebrew than those of Sternhold and Hopkins. The early editions of the Bay Psalm Book contained no music but was referenced to the Ravenscroft Psalter for tunes. Although no psalm versions from the Bay Psalm Book remain in use in today’s congregational repertory, this psalter was widely used for over a century in New England, England, and Scotland.

Soups On added 3-4-02   Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Sound Off"

Carrots, beans, and potatoes
Corn and peas and tomatoes
Mix and stir up in a pot.
Smells so good as it gets hot.
Soup's on-1, 2.
Soup's on-3, 4.
1, 2, 3, 4-Let's eat a good treat! The Green Beans Grew All Around  
added 3-4-02   Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "The Green Grass Grew All Around"

There was a hole (repeat)
In the middle of the ground. (repeat)
The prettiest hole (repeat)
That you ever did see. (repeat)
Well, a holes in the ground
And the green beans grew all around and around
And the green beans grew all around!

Well, in this hole (repeat)
There was a seed. (repeat)
The prettiest seed (repeat)
That you ever did see.
Well, a seed in the hole
And a hole in the ground
And the green beans grew all around and around
And the green beans grew all around!

Well, from this seed
There came a plant.
The prettiest plant
You ever did see.
Well, a plant from the seed
And a seed in the hole
And a hole in the ground
And the green beans grew all around and around
And the green beans grew all around!






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Chest voice and head voice are terms used within vocal music . The use of these terms varies widely within vocal pedagogical circles and there is currently no one consistent opinion among vocal music professionals in regards to these terms. Chest voice can be used in relation to a particular part of the vocal range or type of vocal register ; a vocal resonance area; or a specific vocal timbre. [12] Head voice can be used in relation to a particular part of the vocal range or type of vocal register or a vocal resonance area. [12] In Men, the head voice is commonly referred to as the falsetto.

The secret to your canary's happiness is no secret at all. The information you need is right at your finger tips here on and in the Canary Tips! E-zine .

Here are some basic steps for improving your singing and hopefully to help you aim at becoming a professional singer. All you have to do is just sing. Just singing your way helps you understand your own pitch, but your own pitch may not be as well as professional pitches, and you are going to need to improve every day.

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