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David Tejadillas talks with vocal coach Thomas Appell about the advances he made after flying from Tokyo to train with Thomas. David first found out about Thomas by buying Thomas' book Can You Sing a HIGH C Without Straining? The book inspired him to give Thomas a call and come to California to train. Excerpt: "I saw your book, I ordered it, and I liked what I saw. I looked you up. I sent you an email and we arranged the lessons. I knew it was going to be good but this has blown away any expectations I had. This has just been so amazing. The first day I hit a tenor high C in full voice. Today (second day) I hit a soprano high C in falsetto which is really, really cool. If you're out there and you're thinking about whether you should come or not - you should come. You should come see Thomas."
If you'd like to take private voice lessons with Thomas call 949-382-5911 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 949-382-5911 end_of_the_skype_highlighting or visit www.vocalinstruction.com. You can purchase Thomas' book Can You Sing a HIGH C Without Straining? at www.vocalinstruction.com, amazon.com, or at any Borders book store.
Blaze, a true bass who can sing a solid C 2 octaves below middle C talks about how training with vocal coach Thomas Appell gave him the ability to sing higher than tenor high C in full voice without straining. Blaze performs the song Wild Ride.
If you'd like to take private voice lessons with Thomas call 949-382-5911 or visit www.vocalinstruction.com. You can purchase Thomas' book Can You Sing a HIGH C Without Straining? at www.vocalinstruction.com, amazon.com, or at any Borders book store.
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Time now to welcome new members to the males hitting the soprano C in full voice club! Full voice means mixed voice where the vocal chords are adducted and thus a connection to the chest voice is achieved, no falsetto iow.
1.We start with 3 falsetto clips for comparison. Glenn Hughes sliding nicely and softly up to a C6 from a Mistreated performance in Kiev 2008.
2.Glenn again (same song and date) with some more power but still a very beautiful and clean sound is achieved. Falsetto achieves beauty while full voice achieves power. Falsetto sounds more feminine than full voice but thin full voice can sound similar to falsetto.
3.Vitas hitting B5 and then sliding up to C6. Nice tone. Song is Ulybnis.
4.Gospel tenor Jeremy Peace hitting the C6, I´m not sure but I think this is full voice. Song is Living in Canaan´s land and it´s from a live performance 2008. The group is the Old Paths quartet and the CD is Live in pigeon forge.
5.Another C6 by Jeremy, here he saturates the microphone on the C6. Song is Glory Road with the Kingsmen group.
6.Cedric Bixler from Mars Volta hits a C6 in song Conjugal burns.
7.Todd Hall of Harlet fame and now lead singer for Jack Starr hits a C6/C#6 in an informal vocal exercise (left in picture).
8.Nicola Sedda hitting a nice C6 from song I wasn´t scared from his myspace page.
9.Finally rock and metal shouter/crooner Graham Bonnet hits two C6 in what could be called metal falsetto (and an A5 in normal falsetto in between). Song is Breaking the chains.