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The Five Senses In Singing – Taste

Welcome to our series, The Five Senses In Singing! For the next five weeks, we will be examining how the five senses – sound, sight, smell, touch, and taste, are all related to singing!   Taste is a very important sense in singing. As singers, our instrument is an integral part of our bodies,[…]

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The Five Senses In Singing – Touch

Welcome to our series, The Five Senses In Singing! For the next five weeks, we will be examining how the five senses – sound, sight, smell, touch, and taste, are all related to singing!   Our sense of touch is an important sense in singing. Touch is what allows us to feel the[…]

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The Five Senses In Singing – Sight

Welcome to our series, The Five Senses In Singing! For the next five weeks, we will be examining how the five senses – sound, sight, smell, taste, and touch, are all related to singing!   Sight: Sight is a vital sense to the art of singing for several different reasons.[…]

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Choral Singing Versus Solo Singing

There are many differences between choral singing and solo singing. Here are three important differences to consider: #1. Blend: One of the key factors in choral singing is blending many voices to sound as one. This involves modifying vowels, matching voice colours, and decreasing vibrato, all to make a seamless sound.[…]

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