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Franz Joseph Haydn ~ [1] The Seven Last Words of Christ.Excellent Sound Quality[Stereo]

Juliard String Quartet ~ Violin ~ Robert Mann/Violin ~ Joel Smirnoff/Viola ~ Samuel Rhodes/Cello ~ Joel Krosnick/Soprano ~ Benita Valente/Mezzo-Soprano ~ Jan DeGaetani/Tenor ~ Jon Humphrey/Bass ~ Thomas Paul.

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Franz Joseph Haydn ~ [2] The Seven Last Words of Christ.Excellent Sound Quality.[Stereo]

Juliard String Quartet ~ Violin ~ Robert Mann/Violin ~ Joel Smirnoff/Viola ~ Samuel Rhodes/Cello ~ Joel Krosnick/Soprano ~ Benita Valente/Mezzo-Soprano ~ Jan DeGaetani/Tenor ~ Jon Humphrey/Bass ~ Thomas Paul.

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Robert White - I Hear You Calling Me

Composed in 1908, this poignant melody was the theme song of the celebrated Irish tenor, John McCormack, sung here in a 1988 performance with the Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Caballé, Horne - Barcarolle

Montserrat Caballé and Marilyn Horne in concert singing the duet "Belle Nuit", also known as Barcarolle from Les Contes d'Hoffmann by Offenbach. Munich, 1990

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Teresa BERGANZA & Placido DOMINGO *Carmen*- finale

Great spanish singers TERESA BERGANZA and PLACIDO DOMINGO sing final scene from Carmen "C´est toi, c´est moi" by georges Bizet. Conductor: Pierre Dervaux Theatre National L´opera de Paris May 14, 1980

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Maria Cebotari - So elend und so treu by Johann Strauss

Maria Cebotari sings aria So elend und so treu from Der Zigeunerbaron by Johann Strauss "Der Zigeunerbaron was the first Viennese operetta set in Hungary and whose main characters were Hungarians and Gypsies. Although this may seem like a bold political gesture at a time when many Viennese felt the influx of Hungarians into Vienna threatened the city's political and financial stability, the context in which Strauss and Schnitzer frame their Hungarian characters preserves the Austrian sense of superiority. Der Zigeunerbaron is based on Saffi, a novella by the Hungarian Mór Jókai. Ignaz Schnitzer, in Vienna, developed a libretto from Jókai's scenario, while Franz Jauner, director of the Theater-an-der-Wien, secured the rights to the work and planned its production" : http://www.answers.com/topic/der-zigeunerbaron-the-gypsy-baron-operetta-rv-511 Maria Cebotari (Cebotaru) (10 February 1910, Chişinău - 9 June 1949, Vienna) was a Bessarabian born - Austrian soprano and actress of Romanian origin: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Cebotari http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moldavia Maria Cebotari se vit conférer le plus important titre honorifique existant à l'époque en Allemagne et en Autriche - Kammersängerin. A part cela, ses mérites exceptionnels furent appréciés par la haute distinction "Coroana României" (« La couronne de la Roumanie »): http://www.moldavie.fr/article.php3?id_article=605 She sang at many opera houses including Berlin State Opera, Vienna State Opera, La Scala Opera House of Milan, Covent Garden, Dresden Semper Opera House. Most of her survived recordings are live and they show her extremely versatile voice. Austrian record label Preiser has issued the recordings "The Art of Maria Cebotari".

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Marta Eggerth sings "The Maiden's Wish" by Chopin in Concert at Age 80

Marta Eggerth in concert. Her son Marjan Kiepura is the pianist. "The Maiden's Wish" by Chopin. www.patriamusic.com

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Ken Piche Original Pop Instrumentals

Ken Piche original pop instrumentals from the album key to my heart by ken Piche the full album is available to download at cdbaby.com

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Free Indeed

Freedom from every chain, wicked snare, guilty stain, and all despair.

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PAUL MCCARTNEY SONGWRITING FOR STANDING STONE

documentary excerpt - speaking about the songwriting for his classical album 'standing stone'

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the phoenix choir-saying goodbye to gareth

this was the ending the series

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chloe sullivan and phoenix choir-studio recording

in this episode of 'the choir' the group were recording a CD to send to judges in china in the hope of being asked to participate in the choir olympics but the recording may have come too early for them.

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chloe sullivan and phoenix choir-bbc 2 'the choir'

this was in the second episode when gareth was choosing who was going to do the solo parts in the Simon and Garfunkel classic 'bridge over troubled water'

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2 Dr Anand Singing, Heart & Stress at The Sage Gateshead

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php This is 10 minutes of a half hour presentation at The Sage Gateshead in March 2007. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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1 Dr Anand Singing, Heart & Stress at The Sage Gateshead

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php This is 10 minutes of a half hour presentation at The Sage Gateshead in March 2007. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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3 Slides of Gurukul UK Hindustani Classical Music - Dr Anand

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php has been set up in the UK to teach Hindustani Music. Singing is more natural than talking. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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2 Slides of Gurukul UK Hindustani Classical Music - Dr Anand

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php has been encouraging people to sing. Playing football for instance is better than watching football. www.Gurukul.Org has been set up in the UK to teach Hindustani Music. Singing is more natural than talking. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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4 Slides of Gurukul UK Hindustani Classical Music - Dr Anand

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php Ravi Shanker, the eminent Sitarist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice.Dr Anand anandjee

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1 Slides of Gurukul UK Hindustani Classical Music - Dr Anand

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php has been set up in the UK to teach Hindustani Music. Singing is more natural than talking. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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Dr Anthea Anand Co-Founder Gurukul sings Raag Bhupali

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php Dr Anthea has absorbed Indian Culture at its highest: not in Sari's and samosas, but in Yoga and Classical Singing and Ayurveda. This rag appears to be very ancient. It is based upon a pentatonic structure that is found in many parts of the world. It is believed by many scholars that the pentatonic scales; of which Bhupali is one, were prevalent in the middle and far-East by the first millennium B.C. This scale has been in China for many centuries; it is also found in the folk music of northern Britain. Yet, it is not clear whether the scale developed independently or spread through cultural interchange. Either way, it has been around for a long time and is very popular. She co-founded Gurukul in Newcastle upon Tyne. www.Gurukul.Org has been set up in the UK to teach Hindustani Music. Singing is more natural than talking. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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6 Slides of Gurukul UK Hindustani Classical Music - Dr Anand

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php has been set up in the UK to teach Hindustani Music. Singing is more natural than talking. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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Cara Mia (Spanish Version ) - Carlos A. Otero

CARLOS ALMENAR OTERO CLASICAL SINGER AND VOICE PEDAGOGUE INTRODUCES " VOICE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT" A WHOLE LIFE DEDICATED TO THE MOST SERIOUS STUDYS OF CLASICAL SINGING AND OPERA, VOICE TRAINING AND TEACHING FOR STAGE, RADIO, TV, CONCERTS AND RECORDS. MILAN, BERLIN, VIENNA, MIAMI AND CARACAS. INITIATOR OF THE NEWEST METHOD OF "PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPIRATORY TRAINING PROGRAM " ABSOLUTE WORLD NOVELTY WITH THE MOST AMAZING RESULTS, TO IMPROVE SOUNDS, RESISTANCE AND VOCAL HEALTH. TO MASTER LONG PHRASES, SUSTAINED NOTES WITH LITTLE AIR AMOUNT. BASED ON THE MASTER WORK OF PROFESSOR OTTO IRO IN BERLIN AND VIENNA: ORIGINAL IN GERMAN "WISSENSCHAFTLICHE STIMMBILDUNG UND DIAGNOSTIK" ( ENLARGED BY PROFESSOR PAULA SCHRECK. MUNICH AND PROFESSOR HANS STRECK. BERLIN ) THIS METHOD HAS BEEN FUNDAMENTAL IN HIS 50 YEARS OF PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES ON STAGE, RADIO, TV, THEATER, CONCERTS, RECORDS AND VOICE TEACHING AND COACHING. FORMER EXCLUSIVE ARTIST BY "DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON-60 RECORDS IN GERMAN LANGUAGE BY POLYDOR LABEL.35 ALBUMS IN JAPAN, ITALY, SPAIN AND LATIN AMERICA. CONCERT TOURS IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES, RUSIA, JAPAN. SPECIAL GUEST BY " GERMAN RADIO OF AMERICA" SAN FRANCISCO, SAINT LOUIS NEW YORK, CHICAGO. AFTER HIS FIRST CONCERT IN TOKYO, KOSEINENKIN HALL,THE NEWS PAPER " JAPAN TIMES" STATED". NO DOUBT,CARLOS ALMENAR OTERO HAS ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND BEST TRAINED VOICES WHICH EVER VISITED JAPAN... " NOW INTRODUCING HIS " VOICE IMPROVEMENT METHOD" IN SCHOOLS, UNIVERSITIES, AND MUSIC INSTITUTES, BOTH IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH, FOR ALL VOICE PROFESSIONALS. INVITED BY KOUBEK CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI TO PRESENT THIS METHOLOGY ON SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS AND SPEAKERS. ALSO PRESENTED ON THE UNIVERSITY " JOSE MARIA VARGAS" IN PEMBROKE PINES.FLORIDA. THIS METHOLOGY IS PRESENTED ALSO IN A DVD PRODUCTION DISTRIBUTED BY THE FOUNDATION. GREAT FOR TEACHERS, ACTORS, SPEAKERS AND SINGERS. PRODIGIOUS RESULTS IN SHORT TIME.

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Voice Lesson and Singing Tips: When Not to Sing

This tells when not to sing, due to sickness or otherwise WHAT WE OFFER:: VOCAL QUICKSTART PROGRAM www.myspace.com/dileesahunter to purchase My 45- minute audio cd that covers in great detail how to sing well. It focuses on several aspects of vocal production, from breathing, breath support, head voice, mixed voice blending, vocal agilty, focus, resonance, clarity, etc... If you don't get anything else, don't pass this one up! VOICE EVALUATIONS *Send an email to support@americansingingstudio. com with a link to your youtube video or mp3 file describing what help you feel you need. Please include: Age, voice type, style trying to achieve, short term, long term goals for your singing. I will create a video that only you can view on youtube with a critical evaluation of where you are vocally, suggestions to get where you're going including specific vocal exercises, listening suggestions and whatever else may apply. LIVE VOICE LESSON This uses skype application. Live 30- minute voice lessons over the internet via web cam allows us to interact so that you can get the feedback you need! Receive instant results and improvement in your singing. Please email support@americansingingstudio. com with your country, time zone, preferred times for voice lesson, age, specific song you'd like to work on (if any) , specific goal you'd like to achieve, and anything else you feel will make our time spent most effective. When you email me, I will send you a paypal invoice for you to pay for your requested services. *For voice lessons, we will then decide a day and time that is best, within 7 days of payment clearing. *NOTE: You Do NOT need a paypal account in order to pay via paypal, just follow the instructions on the page.

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Male Voice Lessons

Finally, a tutorial for the men to find out how to fit in to my vocal lessons. Thanks for watching guys! WHAT WE OFFER:: VOCAL QUICKSTART PROGRAM www.myspace.com/dileesahunter to purchase My 45- minute audio cd that covers in great detail how to sing well. It focuses on several aspects of vocal production, from breathing, breath support, head voice, mixed voice blending, vocal agilty, focus, resonance, clarity, etc... If you don't get anything else, don't pass this one up! VOICE EVALUATIONS *Send an email to support@americansingingstudio. com with a link to your youtube video or mp3 file describing what help you feel you need. Please include: Age, voice type, style trying to achieve, short term, long term goals for your singing. I will create a video that only you can view on youtube with a critical evaluation of where you are vocally, suggestions to get where you're going including specific vocal exercises, listening suggestions and whatever else may apply. LIVE VOICE LESSON This uses skype application. Live 30- minute voice lessons over the internet via web cam allows us to interact so that you can get the feedback you need! Receive instant results and improvement in your singing. Please email support@americansingingstudio. com with your country, time zone, preferred times for voice lesson, age, specific song you'd like to work on (if any) , specific goal you'd like to achieve, and anything else you feel will make our time spent most effective. When you email me, I will send you a paypal invoice for you to pay for your requested services. *For voice lessons, we will then decide a day and time that is best, within 7 days of payment clearing. *NOTE: You Do NOT need a paypal account in order to pay via paypal, just follow the instructions on the page. be blessed

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Voice Lesson and Singing Tips: How to Deal With Phlegm

Learn how to prevent phlegm and different techniques to get rid of it. Also, learn the proper diet before singing. WHAT WE OFFER:: VOCAL QUICKSTART PROGRAM www.myspace.com/dileesahunter to purchase My 45- minute audio cd that covers in great detail how to sing well. It focuses on several aspects of vocal production, from breathing, breath support, head voice, mixed voice blending, vocal agilty, focus, resonance, clarity, etc... If you don't get anything else, don't pass this one up! VOICE EVALUATIONS *Send an email to support@americansingingstudio. com with a link to your youtube video or mp3 file describing what help you feel you need. Please include: Age, voice type, style trying to achieve, short term, long term goals for your singing. I will create a video that only you can view on youtube with a critical evaluation of where you are vocally, suggestions to get where you're going including specific vocal exercises, listening suggestions and whatever else may apply. LIVE VOICE LESSON This uses skype application. Live 30- minute voice lessons over the internet via web cam allows us to interact so that you can get the feedback you need! Receive instant results and improvement in your singing. Please email support@americansingingstudio. com with your country, time zone, preferred times for voice lesson, age, specific song you'd like to work on (if any) , specific goal you'd like to achieve, and anything else you feel will make our time spent most effective. When you email me, I will send you a paypal invoice for you to pay for your requested services. *For voice lessons, we will then decide a day and time that is best, within 7 days of payment clearing. *NOTE: You Do NOT need a paypal account in order to pay via paypal, just follow the instructions on the page.

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Voice Lesson and Singing Tips: How to Sing with a Raspy Voice, Cold,

this video covers how to sing with a raspy voice due to cold, smoking, or other things. I can't believe I gave this information for free! Well, enjoy, and be blessed! WHAT WE OFFER:: Vocal QuickStart Program- My 45- minute audio cd that covers in great detail how to sing well. It focuses on several aspects of vocal production, from breathing, breath support, head voice, mixed voice blending, vocal agilty, focus, resonance, clarity, etc... If you don't get anything else, don't pass this one up! www.myspace.com/dileesahunter to purchase VOICE EVALUATIONS *Send an email to support@americansingingstudio. com with a link to your youtube video or mp3 file describing what help you feel you need. Please include: Age, voice type, style trying to achieve, short term, long term goals for your singing. I will create a video that only you can view on youtube with a critical evaluation of where you are vocally, suggestions to get where you're going including specific vocal exercises, listening suggestions and whatever else may apply. LIVE VOICE LESSON This uses skype application. Live 30- minute voice lessons over the internet via web cam allows us to interact so that you can get the feedback you need! Receive instant results and improvement in your singing. Please email support@americansingingstudio. com with your country, time zone, preferred times for voice lesson, age, specific song you'd like to work on (if any) , specific goal you'd like to achieve, and anything else you feel will make our time spent most effective. When you email me, I will send you a paypal invoice for you to pay for your requested services. *For voice lessons, we will then decide a day and time that is best, within 7 days of payment clearing. *NOTE: You Do NOT need a paypal account in order to pay via paypal, just follow the instructions on the page.

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How To Sing: The Path To Reconditioning The Voice

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Title: THE PATH TO RECONDITIONING THE VOICE Date: 08.19.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Jason Catron Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal technique, method, voice lessons, reconditioning, jason catron, classical singer Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Bretts in the studio with long time friend and recording artist, Jason Catron. Jason has had some time off and needs to get his voice ready for some upcoming shows. Brett gives a few simple exercises to help strengthen Jasons voice, and get him back into shape. This lesson is great for anyone needing a vocal tune up. Check out Jason't Myspace at http://www.myspace.com/jasoncatron . Approximate Length: 36 minutes 15 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/

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Singing Lessons & Voice Training: The Path To Reconditioning The Voice

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article Title: THE PATH TO RECONDITIONING THE VOICE Date: 08.19.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Jason Catron Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal technique, method, voice lessons, reconditioning, jason catron, classical singer Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Bretts in the studio with long time friend and recording artist, Jason Catron. Jason has had some time off and needs to get his voice ready for some upcoming shows. Brett gives a few simple exercises to help strengthen Jasons voice, and get him back into shape. This lesson is great for anyone needing a vocal tune up. Check out Jason's Myspace at http://www.myspace.com/jasoncatron . Approximate Length: 36 minutes 15 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article

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Vocal Warm up #5

Ng low larynx exercise

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CLASSICAL OPERA TECNIQUES - Voice training for tenor and singers, high notes tips

The Maestro Cananà of the Italian Association "IL BEL CANTO" explaining some classic opera tecniques regarding voice training and singing tips for HIGH NOTES during an opera. We upload this video to the international Opera "Appassionati" and tenor students working to improve their singing capabilities and Bel Canto knowledgement Vocal training techniques (high notes) to express better singing high notes for professional tenors of the aria and romanza of the operas from ITALIAN BEL CANTO. The Maestro Mario Cananà explain to the tenor (THE YOUNG TENOR's student: FABIO DE BENEDETTO - after 6 months lessons with the Maestro Cananà) how important it is to maintain a continuous training of his voice to have a NATURAL SI, SI bemol and the DO to sing arias and romanzas as vocal professional training ITALIAN LYRICAL MUSIC LESSONS for Tenors (tenori) Music vocal and voice exercises as training of music lessons in Italy. The vocal Lessons for Tenor and Soprano for lyrical singing and voice techniques of the Italian Bel Canto by The MAESTRO MARIO CANANA "The Italian Tenor Spinto" (music culture and voice lessons, in Italy) for lyrical VOICE, MELODRAMATIC opera and lyrical culture. The Maestro Canana explain, in this class, to the two tenors how important it's to execute voice and vocal singing exercises for sopranos and tenors to reinforced voice and lyrical vocal studies. http://www.ilbelcanto.org/ The Maestro Canana and the "Associazione Il Bel Canto in Italy" offers lessons for beginners, Tenors, Baritono, Sopranos and Master Class and international Master Lyrical singing and Melodramatic culture and art conference LOOKING FOR PRIVATE LESSONS OR A CONFERENCE BY MAESTRO CANANA ? call in Italy: +39- 333- 6371 644 at http://www.italianbusinessguide.com/ THE ITALIAN OPERA - IL BEL CANTO The bel canto opera movement flourished in the early 19th century and is exemplified by the operas of Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, Pacini, Mercadante and many others. Literally "beautiful singing", bel canto opera derives from the Italian stylistic singing school of the same name. Bel canto lines are typically florid and intricate, requiring supreme agility and pitch control. The bel canto era style was rapidly popularized by Giuseppe Verdi, beginning with his biblical opera Nabucco. Verdi's operas resonated with the growing spirit of Italian nationalism in the post-Napoleonic era, and he quickly became an icon of the patriotic movement (although his own politics were perhaps not quite so radical). In the early 1850s, Verdi produced his three most popular operas: Rigoletto, Il trovatore and La traviata. But he continued to develop his style, composing perhaps the greatest French Grand opera, Don Carlos, and ending his career with two Shakespeare-inspired works, Otello and Falstaff, which reveal how far Italian opera had grown in sophistication since the early 19th century. After Verdi, the sentimental "realistic" melodrama of verismo appeared in Italy. This was a style introduced by Pietro Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana and Ruggiero Leoncavallo's Pagliacci that came virtually to dominate the world's opera stages with such popular works as Giacomo Puccini's La Boheme, Tosca, and Madama Butterfly. Later Italian composers, such as Berio and Nono, have experimented with modernism IL BEL CANTO LIRICO DI ITALIA L'Associazione "Il Bel Canto" programma le proprie attività concertistiche in Italia e nel mondo. Offriamo un ricco repertorio di Arie con i nostri tenori, soprani, baritoni e coro, opere liriche come Aida, Il Trovatore, Nabucco, Traviata, Ernani di Giuseppe Verdi, Turandot, La Bohème, La Tosca, Madame Butterfly di Puccini, Il Barbiere di Siviglia e Mosè di Rossini, La Carmen di Bizet, ed altre opere liriche che definiscono l'arte e cultura lirica Melodrammatica in Italia e nel mondo sotto la direzione del MAESTRO CONCERTATORE MARIO CANANA EL BEL CANTO LIRICO DE ITALIA La asociacion cultural "Il Bel Canto" programa sus actividades y conciertos en Italia y el mundo. Ofrece un rico repertorio de Arias con nuestros tenores, tenor, soprano, baritono e coro. Operas liricas como Aida, Il Trovatore, Nabucco, Traviata, Ernani de Giuseppe Verdi, Turandot, La Bohème, La Tosca, Madame Butterfly di Puccini, Il Barbiere di Siviglia y Mosè de Rossini, La Carmen di Bizet y otras operas liricas que definen el arte y cultura lirica Melodramatica en Italia y el mundo bajo la direccion del Maestro de musica lirica y director de orquesta MARIO CANANA

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Voice Lessons: Jesse Nemitz Teaches Arielle Warner

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Title: MIX VOICE FOR THE CLASSICAL SINGER Date: 11.05.2008 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Arielle Warner Tags: jesse nemitz, classical singer, mix, head voice, country Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Arielle Warner is a classically trained singer, but she wants to be able to sing more than just that particular style. She is looking to sing more than just in her head voice. Jesse walks Arielle through several vocal exercises to help find her mix, and be able to sing what she wants. You can see a change starting as she works through a Carrie Underwood song near the end of the lesson. Approximate Length: 21 minutes 54 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/

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Singing Lessons & Voice Training: Jesse Nemitz Teaches Arielle Warner

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article Title: MIX VOICE FOR THE CLASSICAL SINGER Date: 11.05.2008 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Arielle Warner Tags: jesse nemitz, classical singer, mix, head voice, country Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Arielle Warner is a classically trained singer, but she wants to be able to sing more than just that particular style. She is looking to sing more than just in her head voice. Jesse walks Arielle through several vocal exercises to help find her mix, and be able to sing what she wants. You can see a change starting as she works through a Carrie Underwood song near the end of the lesson. Approximate Length: 21 minutes 54 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article

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Head vs chest vs middle/ mixed/belting voice

This answers the question, what is the difference, how do i use them, what is singing in the mask once and for all!! WHAT WE OFFER:: VOCAL QUICKSTART PROGRAM www.myspace.com/dileesahunter to purchase My 45- minute audio cd that covers in great detail how to sing well. It focuses on several aspects of vocal production, from breathing, breath support, head voice, mixed voice blending, vocal agilty, focus, resonance, clarity, etc... If you don't get anything else, don't pass this one up! VOICE EVALUATIONS *Send an email to support@americansingingstudio. com with a link to your youtube video or mp3 file describing what help you feel you need. Please include: Age, voice type, style trying to achieve, short term, long term goals for your singing. I will create a video that only you can view on youtube with a critical evaluation of where you are vocally, suggestions to get where you're going including specific vocal exercises, listening suggestions and whatever else may apply. LIVE VOICE LESSON This uses skype application. Live 30- minute voice lessons over the internet via web cam allows us to interact so that you can get the feedback you need! Receive instant results and improvement in your singing. Please email support@americansingingstudio. com with your country, time zone, preferred times for voice lesson, age, specific song you'd like to work on (if any) , specific goal you'd like to achieve, and anything else you feel will make our time spent most effective. When you email me, I will send you a paypal invoice for you to pay for your requested services. *For voice lessons, we will then decide a day and time that is best, within 7 days of payment clearing. *NOTE: You Do NOT need a paypal account in order to pay via paypal, just follow the instructions on the page.

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vocal lesson [Amatory]

как правильно(или неправильно??) петь гроулингом.

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Voice Lesson - Vibrato and other Oscillatory functions

Bellon the Wise talks about vibrato and other Oscillatory functions of the voice. Join the Bellon the Wise vocal forum to discuss vocal issues. http://bellonvoice.freeforums.org Art (C) by Stephan Stölting http://www.stephanart.com Thank you Stephan!

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How To Sing: Classical Technique For The Commercial Singer

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Title: CLASSICAL TECHNIQUE FOR THE COMMERCIAL SINGER Date: 08.05.2009 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Giuseppe Lopizzo Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal technique, method, voice lessons, giuseppe lopizzo, compression, classical, scales Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Italian singer, Giuseppe Loppizzo, is back in the studio to demonstrate some amazing vocal technique. Jesse walks Giuseppe through some commercial and classical scales to show the power and ease he has while singing. The whole purpose of this lesson is to show that so much can be learned from both classical and commercial techniques. This lesson shows the importance of borrowing from many vocal techniques to make your voice as good as it can be. Approximate Length: 49 minutes 32 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/

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3rd for Women mixing-Breaking Down Singing Styles Vocal Warmups--Voice Lessons and Tips

at www.yournaturalvoice.com download vocal warmups to help you breakdown different styles of singing.

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Take Your Singing To The Next Level With These Vocal Lessons (solo at the end)

http://www.HearandPlayVocal.com This is Nena Lockhart doing what she does best, demonstrating how to use runs, arpeggios, dynamics, breathing, pronunciation, and many more techniques that will have you singing like a pro in no time. Discover: *How to sing properly from your diaphragm, last longer, and have the power to hit notes you never thought possible (without killing your vocal cords)... *Exercises you can practice regularly to improve your range and make you sound almost like a professional singer... *How to add flavor to your singing by mastering various stylization and "run" techniques that only the experienced know... *How to develop great technique and healthy habits that stick with you throughout your entire singing career... ...And So Much More! Vocal lessons, vocal tips, vocal instruction, and more! Check out: http://www.HearandPlayVocal.com for more info! Song performed: O how I love Jesus

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1st Open Throat-Breaking Down Singing Styles Vocal Warmups--Voice Lessons and Tips

at www.yournaturalvoice.com download vocal warmups to help you breakdown different styles of singing.

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Voice Lesson and Singing Tips: Mastering Vibrato

here are some tips on how to use vibrato when you sing. For more info, visit my accompanying blog on mastering vibrato and other subjects at www.myspace.com/dileesahunter. WHAT WE OFFER:: Vocal QuickStart Program- My 45- minute audio cd that covers in great detail how to sing well. It focuses on several aspects of vocal production, from breathing, breath support, head voice, mixed voice blending, vocal agilty, focus, resonance, clarity, etc... If you don't get anything else, don't pass this one up! EBAY to purchase VOICE EVALUATIONS *Send an email to support@americansingingstudio. com with a link to your youtube video or mp3 file describing what help you feel you need. Please include: Age, voice type, style trying to achieve, short term, long term goals for your singing. I will create a video that only you can view on youtube with a critical evaluation of where you are vocally, suggestions to get where you're going including specific vocal exercises, listening suggestions and whatever else may apply. LIVE VOICE LESSON This uses skype application. Live 30- minute voice lessons over the internet via web cam allows us to interact so that you can get the feedback you need! Receive instant results and improvement in your singing. Please email support@americansingingstudio. com with your country, time zone, preferred times for voice lesson, age, specific song you'd like to work on (if any) , specific goal you'd like to achieve, and anything else you feel will make our time spent most effective. When you email me, I will send you a paypal invoice for you to pay for your requested services. *For voice lessons, we will then decide a day and time that is best, within 7 days of payment clearing. *NOTE: You Do NOT need a paypal account in order to pay via paypal, just follow the instructions on the page. Also, I want to know you were here! Don't forget to rate this video and leave comments.

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Singing Lessons & Voice Training: Classical Technique For The Commercial Singer

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article Title: CLASSICAL TECHNIQUE FOR THE COMMERCIAL SINGER Date: 08.05.2009 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Giuseppe Lopizzo Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal technique, method, voice lessons, giuseppe lopizzo, compression, classical, scales Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Italian singer, Giuseppe Loppizzo, is back in the studio to demonstrate some amazing vocal technique. Jesse walks Giuseppe through some commercial and classical scales to show the power and ease he has while singing. The whole purpose of this lesson is to show that so much can be learned from both classical and commercial techniques. This lesson shows the importance of borrowing from many vocal techniques to make your voice as good as it can be. Approximate Length: 49 minutes 32 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article

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Singing Lessons - Vocal Coach (Lesson 1 - Breath)

Lesson 1 - Breathing Technique (The Basics) !!DONT FORGET to subscribe to my channel for updates on the next video in the series!! Subscribe To My Newsletter And Get 2 FREE! Tracks From My New Album 'Smooth Sundays' + 2 Videos From My Up And Coming Online Video Tutorial Set. http://www.raehenry.com/subscribe.html

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Voice Lesson and Singing Tips: How to Sing in Mixed Voice/ Belting

This video discusses to sing in mixed voice and how to belt. There is so much to be said about this topic, I just didn't feel I had enough time, but I hope I gave some useful tips on this technique to help you sing better. WHAT WE OFFER:: Vocal QuickStart Program- My 45- minute audio cd that covers in great detail how to sing well. It focuses on several aspects of vocal production, from breathing, breath support, head voice, mixed voice blending, vocal agilty, focus, resonance, clarity, etc... If you don't get anything else, don't pass this one up! www.myspace.com/dileesahunter to purchase VOICE EVALUATIONS *Send an email to support@americansingingstudio. com with a link to your youtube video or mp3 file describing what help you feel you need. Please include: Age, voice type, style trying to achieve, short term, long term goals for your singing. I will create a video that only you can view on youtube with a critical evaluation of where you are vocally, suggestions to get where you're going including specific vocal exercises, listening suggestions and whatever else may apply. LIVE VOICE LESSON This uses skype application. Live 30- minute voice lessons over the internet via web cam allows us to interact so that you can get the feedback you need! Receive instant results and improvement in your singing. Please email support@americansingingstudio. com with your country, time zone, preferred times for voice lesson, age, specific song you'd like to work on (if any) , specific goal you'd like to achieve, and anything else you feel will make our time spent most effective. When you email me, I will send you a paypal invoice for you to pay for your requested services. *For voice lessons, we will then decide a day and time that is best, within 7 days of payment clearing. *NOTE: You Do NOT need a paypal account in order to pay via paypal, just follow the instructions on the page. Be blessed. PS please give feedback! I want to know you were here!

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Callas at Juilliard 10 -- Casta diva; part 2

Maria Callas, master class at Juilliard Vincenzo Bellini: Norma "Casta diva" - Norma (soprano); part 2 Student: Cynthia Clarey

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Callas at Juilliard 15 -- Quando m'en vo'; part 1

Maria Callas, master class at Juilliard Giacomo Puccini: La bohème "Quando m'en vo'" - Musetta (soprano); part 1 Student: Pamela Hebert

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VOICE LESSONS 1/5 - High Notes Master Class for Opera Soprano

HIGH NOTES VOICE LESSONS 1/5 VOICE LESSONS by the Maestro MARIO CANANA in Italy, professional voice and vocal training techniques and tips to express better singing high notes for professional Sopranos and tenors of the aria and romanza of the operas from ITALIAN BEL CANTO. The Maestro Mario Cananà explain to the soprano LORELLA TAFURO his technique to sing in a perfect way, and how important it is to have a NATURAL HIGH NOTES anytime to sing arias and romanzas as vocal professional training ITALIAN LYRICAL MUSIC LESSONS for Sopranos (Soprani) and Tenors (tenori) Music vocal and voice exercises as training of music lessons in Italy. The vocal Lessons for Tenor and Soprano for lyrical singing and voice techniques of the Italian Bel Canto by The MAESTRO MARIO CANANA "The Italian Tenor Spinto" (music culture and voice lessons, in Italy) for lyrical VOICE, MELODRAMATIC opera and lyrical culture. The Maestro Canana explain, in this class, to the Soprano how important it's to execute voice and vocal singing exercises VOCALIZO for sopranos and tenors to reinforced voice and lyrical vocal studies. http://www.ilbelcanto.org/ The Maestro Canana and the "Associazione Il Bel Canto in Italy" offers lessons for beginners, Tenors, Baritono, Sopranos and Master Class and international Master Lyrical singing and Melodramatic culture and art conference LOOKING FOR PRIVATE LESSONS OR A CONFERENCE BY MAESTRO CANANA ? call in Italy: +39- 333- 6371 644 at http://www.italianbusinessguide.com/ THE ITALIAN OPERA - IL BEL CANTO The bel canto opera movement flourished in the early 19th century and is exemplified by the operas of Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, Pacini, Mercadante and many others. Literally "beautiful singing", bel canto opera derives from the Italian stylistic singing school of the same name. Bel canto lines are typically florid and intricate, requiring supreme agility and pitch control. The bel canto era style was rapidly popularized by Giuseppe Verdi, beginning with his biblical opera Nabucco. Verdi's operas resonated with the growing spirit of Italian nationalism in the post-Napoleonic era, and he quickly became an icon of the patriotic movement (although his own politics were perhaps not quite so radical). In the early 1850s, Verdi produced his three most popular operas: Rigoletto, Il trovatore and La traviata. But he continued to develop his style, composing perhaps the greatest French Grand opera, Don Carlos, and ending his career with two Shakespeare-inspired works, Otello and Falstaff, which reveal how far Italian opera had grown in sophistication since the early 19th century. After Verdi, the sentimental "realistic" melodrama of verismo appeared in Italy. This was a style introduced by Pietro Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana and Ruggiero Leoncavallo's Pagliacci that came virtually to dominate the world's opera stages with such popular works as Giacomo Puccini's La Boheme, Tosca, and Madama Butterfly. Later Italian composers, such as Berio and Nono, have experimented with modernism IL BEL CANTO LIRICO DI ITALIA L'Associazione "Il Bel Canto" programma le proprie attività concertistiche in Italia e nel mondo. Offriamo un ricco repertorio di Arie con i nostri tenori, soprani, baritoni e coro, opere liriche come Aida, Il Trovatore, Nabucco, Traviata, Ernani di Giuseppe Verdi, Turandot, La Bohème, La Tosca, Madame Butterfly di Puccini, Il Barbiere di Siviglia e Mosè di Rossini, La Carmen di Bizet, ed altre opere liriche che definiscono l'arte e cultura lirica Melodrammatica in Italia e nel mondo sotto la direzione del MAESTRO CONCERTATORE MARIO CANANA LEZIONI PRIVATE? contattati info@ilbelcanto.org EL BEL CANTO LIRICO DE ITALIA La asociacion cultural "Il Bel Canto" programa sus actividades y conciertos en Italia y el mundo. Ofrece un rico repertorio de Arias con nuestros tenores, tenor, soprano, baritono e coro. Operas liricas como Aida, Il Trovatore, Nabucco, Traviata, Ernani de Giuseppe Verdi, Turandot, La Bohème, La Tosca, Madame Butterfly di Puccini, Il Barbiere di Siviglia y Mosè de Rossini, La Carmen di Bizet y otras operas liricas que definen el arte y cultura lirica Melodramatica en Italia y el mundo bajo la direccion del Maestro de musica lirica y director de orquesta MARIO CANANA

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Maria Callas: Good Italian Opera (A Masterclass)

Maria Callas teaches Sung Kil Kim how to sing the gorgeous baritone aria (Nemico della Patira) from Giordano's Andrea Chenier with greater emotion and Italian style.

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