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The auditory system has three parts: the outer, middle and inner ear. Learn about hearing loss, hearing tests and hearing aids from a professional audiologist in this free health video.
Expert: M.J. DeSousa
Bio: M.J. DeSousa is Chief Audiologist and one of the founders of ListenUP! and is responsible for staffing and clinical practices, including all Audiology.
Filmmaker: Kevin Fletcher
The young and talented American soprano, Jennifer Wilson sings "In Questa Reggia" from Turandot.
In questa reggia, or son mill'anni e mille,
un grido disperato risonò.
E quel grido, traverso stirpe e stirpe
qui nell'anima mia si rifugiò!
ava dolce e serena che regnavi
nel tuo cupo silenzio in gioia pura,
e sfidasti inflessibile e sicura
oggi rivivi in me!
Fu quando il Re dei Tartari
le sette sue bandiere dispiegò.
Pure nel tempo che ciascun ricorda,
fu sgomento e terrore e rombo d'armi.
Il regno vinto! Il regno vinto!
E Lou-Ling, la mia ava, trascinata
da un uomo come te, come te
straniero, là nella notte atroce
dove si spense la sua fresca voce!
Da secoli ella dorme
nella sua tomba enorme.
O Principi, che a lunghe carovane
d'ogni parte del mondo
qui venite a gettar la vostra sorte,
io vendico su voi, su voi
quella purezza, quel grido e quella morte!
Quel grido e quella morte!
Mai nessun m'avrà!
Mai nessun, nessun m'avrà!
L'orror di chi l'uccise
vivo nel cuor mi sta.
No, no! Mai nessun m'avrà!
Ah, rinasce in me l'orgoglio
di tanta purità!
Straniero! Non tentar la fortuna!
Gli enigmi sono tre, la morte una!
No, no! Gli enigmi sono tre,
una è la vita!
No, no! . . .
. . . Gli enigmi sono tre, la morte è una!
Gli enigmi sono tre, una è la vita!
Al Principe straniero
offri la prova ardita,
o Turandot! Turandot!
Learn professional song production techniques from a real industry veteran!
Are you an artist or producer that wants to record full, gorgeous arrangements, but doesn't have the budget, band, or space to record?
Then follow along with multi-platinium engineer Brady Barnett as he shows you the process he uses to fully produce a song with limited resources and budget. Brady takes you through the process of song production starting from a rough guitar/vocal and finishing with a fully produced & polished final mix.
Work through percussion, guitar, and keyboard overdubs--as well as experiment with various plugins and soft-synths. Use software like BFD, PurePitch, Stylus RMX, and more. Even learn how to "create" background vocals and arrangements.
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Engineer and Producer Brady Barnett is one of the leading Pro Tools editors in the industry whose accomplishments include work on the Grammy-Award winning "Cold Hard Truth" (George Jones), 11-times platinum "No Strings Attached" ('N Sync) and numerous other multi-platinum selling records. He has worked with many of the top industry producers: Tony Brown, Dann Huff, Keith Stegall, Buddy Cannon, Norro Wilson, Frank Rogers, and Brown Bannister. His impressive client list includes such artists as 'N Sync, Faith Hill, Alan Jackson, George Strait, Brad Paisley, LeAnn Rimes, George Jones, Trace Adkins, Reba, Lonestar, Keith Urban, SHeDAISY, and Steven Curtis Chapman.
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Origin: Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy. I've decided to share this video to propagate medical knowledge to all interested. I'll try to upload more videos concerning the anatomy of the head and neck together with my personal tutorials, as an adjunct to this series, as soon as possible :)
Dead Man's Bones performing 'Name In Stone' live in a cemetery with L.A. Inner Mass Choir and The Silverlake Conservatory of Music Children's Choir.
Click on "HD" beneath the video to view in higher quality.
Kenji Kawai's beautiful choir singing wailing and lamenting 'Reincarnation' from Ghost in the Shell 1.
My favourite choir ever.
This is from Kenji Kawai's first and onle live concert 'Cinema Symphony'.
I'm sorry for the double upload of this. I've learned a lesson - listen to the WHOLE video as shortly as possible after uploading to youtube. The previous version of this video had an error (that I overlooked) that ruined the whole thing.
Sadly enough, in the process, I lost a comment from my favorite Youtuber, Daniel Gardner :(
Here is the original description I had on this video: Hi folks! When I wanted to learn how to yodel 3 or 4 years ago I couldn't find much material out there. Here is a free video on how to yodel.
I hope to make other videos like this, perhaps covering some new yodels and tips and tricks. Stay tuned, and if you would like to be informed when a new video comes out, subscribe :)
Here's a link to some more info I have online about yodeling. http://generalismo.com/2007/10/01/free-yodeling-video/
"She sang with "a passionate Russian melancholy" and her voice was compared with a Stradivarius in the hands of a sensitive violinist... Nina Koshetz is a singer of an individual style."
Nina Koshetz, Russian soprano, 1891 - 1965.
Born in Kiev and hailed from a musical family. She gave her first piano recital at the age of nine. Graduating at 16, she had performed a Rachmaninov concerto for her final recital. She subsequently became interested in singing. It seems her real career began with a performance as Tatyana in Eugene Onegin with Zimin's Opera Company. Until 1917 she appeared there in operas such as The Queen of Spades, The Tsar's Bride, The Demon, The Enchanteress, Tosca, Nedda, Marguerite, Nedda and Aida. She not only sang opera but gave song recitals. In 1915 she met Sergei Rachmaninov and they appeared together in successful recitals, culminating in a romance. He dedicated to her a cycle of six love songs (op. 38). She eventually arrived in the United States .
She made her official American debut as a soloist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra under Ossip Gabrilowitch in 1920 and was warmly received. She was now in demand for concerts and recitals by Stokowski, Koussevitzky, Rodzinski and Klemperer. Considered as one of her greatest achievements in the 1920s was the series of four Town Hall recitals celebrating for the most part Russian's greatest song writers. She became the authoritative voice for the Russian emigré composers. In 1924 she returned to Félia Litvinne, now living in Paris and Koshetz received further vocal tuition by the famous soprano. In 1927, commemorating her 15 years in music, she gave a recital devoted entirely to songs dedicated to her. The composer Gretchaninov renewed the collaboration with her and both were enthusiastically admired. Around 1934, she moved to California.
By 1942 she opened an elegant music salon in Laguna Beach and taught singing to Marlene Dietrich, Ann Blyth and Claudette Colbert. Her daughter Marina made her successful debut at Town Hall in 1949. Nina Koshetz played some minor roles in films. Her unorthodox lifestyle caused a vocal decline in the late 1930s and ruined slowly but steadily her health. Nina Koshetz died in 1965.
I am pleased to introduce here this great singer, the voice of whom I just love for those "true Russian ingredients"; only a short moment of film has been presented by now.
Her vocal rendition of Chopin's Etude in E is sublime.
"When the nose becomes congested it usually becomes congested acutely or suddenly when there's a sudden change in function." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains some of the symptoms of an infection in the nose, such as a cold.
Title: CHANGES IN THE VOICE
Coach: Brett Manning
Artist: Dallas West
Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal break, technique, method, lessons, changes in the voice, dallas west
Directed by: Jeremy Spencer
Dallas West recently came to Brett with one of the most common vocal problems; the vocal break. Dallas break is unique because his voice is just beginning to mature. Even so, there are many people who experience this same break in later stages of vocal maturity or due to vocal tissue damage.
Brett shows Dallas how to work through his difficulties in order to strengthen his voice and learn from his mistakes. Brett gives some effective exercises that help him sing without cracking. This lesson is great for anyone who is dealing with an adolescent voice.
Approximate Length: 32 minutes 32 seconds
Quality: 640x360 759 kbps
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Helge Rosvaenge and Gerhard Hüsch sing "In Heiligster Stunde" ("Solenne in quest'ora"), duet from Act III of Verdi's opera "La Forza del Destino".
The opera "La forza del Destino" was composed by Giuseppe Verdi to a libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni and Francesco Maria Piave based on Don Alvaro o La Fuerza del Sino by Angel de Saavedra Duque de Rivas. It was first performed at Imperial Opera in St. Petersburg (Russia) on 1862-11-10 and published by Ricordi. The opera is set in Italy and Seville.
Helge Rosvaenge (Helge Anton Rosenvinge Hansen) was born in Copenhagen in 1897. He was one of the most popular and beloved tenors of the XXth century. He was largely self-taught, taking only a few lessons with a local singing teacher. He was known as 'The Knight of the High D'. In 1951 he received the Gold Ring of the Vienna State Opera Gallery. Birgit Nilsson is the only other singer to have received this tribute, a sign of sincere gratitude for an unforgettable contribution to opera. He died in Munich in 1972.
Gerhard Hüsch (Heinrich Wilhelm Fritz) was born in Hannover in 1901. This esteemed German baritone and pedagogue received his training from Hans Emge in Hannover. Gerhard Hüsch had an exceptionally beautiful baritone voice. With his honeyed baritone, superb musicianship, and high intelligence, Gerhard Hüsch was among the most admired Lieder interpreters of the 1930's. After 1945 Gerhard Hüsch retired to Munich and made second outstanding career as a master teacher of vocal interpretations, latterly also in London. He died in Munich in 1984.