What it Takes to Sing



This newest addition to my “sound series” is called What it Takes to Sing, and is all about what we’ve been learning in our singing class. Lift your head off your neck. Any note we sing exists first only in thought. We think it, and poof, give it some breath, and there it is. This is such a great example about how thought literally governs our experience. Drop your jaw. Listen to others and modulate. The eyes, not being what this is about, are only suggested. The sound that starts in the throat, circles around the singer. There is breathing and thinking and motion and sound. It is not physical.

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