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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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ACDA Interest Session Preview - Duane Cottrell & Brian Galante

This is a preview of the interest session, "Tension in the Balance & Common Voice Science Issues for the Choral Conductor," as presented by Duane Cottrell and Brian Galante at the 2009 ACDA National Conference. This session summarizes and highlights recent research findings in the area of vocal pedagogy as they apply to choral conductors. Topics include nasal/mask resonance, vibrato and singer health, choral acoustics, onset techniques and choral breathing. To purchase this session on DVD, please visit the ACDA online store.

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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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How to: Sing (introduction)

FLEP's "How to: Sing" introduction video. The vocalists of FLEP band "2XL" will teach you some basic singing techniques in the course of the next few videos. Subscribe to learn! Pls comment and rate. Also check out our other "How to" and "Random Acts" videos! Enjoy! Family Life Education Pasefika (FLEP) is a pacific health organisation based in Auckland, New Zealand. FLEP uses various media including music, drama, dance and arts to enhance dialogue with Pacific communities with which we work. FLEP works in intermediate, secondary & tertiary institutions promoting a positive view of sexual health & well being.

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Kim Snyder : Getting the Most Out of Your Voice

Join Voice Over Expert Kim Snyder in her lecture "Getting the Most Out of Your Voice". Kim teaches you tips on how to keep your voice in top form and goes into detail regarding functionality and care of the vocal chords.

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Vocal Fold Paralysis (Part 1)

An informative video about the causes, symptoms, treatments, long terms effects, damage, prevention and anatomy of vocal fold paralysis.

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Anatomical Tutorial During Trans-Nasal Endoscopy

http://www.VoiceInfo.org - The various anatomy one encounters during a trans-nasal endoscopy is described.

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Vocal Fold Paralysis (Part 2)

An informative video about the causes, symptoms, treatments, long terms effects, damage, prevention and anatomy of vocal fold paralysis.

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Singing health tips

This was requested by cursedsilly. Thanks for asking about this! I recorded this last night but for some reason, it's not processing on youtube, so I decided to just re-record it. :-) http://www.vocalist.org.uk/vocal_health.html http://www.texasvoicecenter.com/advice.html http://www.musickit.com/resources/vocal.html My first tip is DRINK WATER! You want to drink at least 6-8 (8 oz. glasses) cups of water a day. If you drink any caffeinated drinks such as coffee, soda or some tea's, you need to up your intake of water. Caffeinated drinks dehydrate your body, and your vocal chords are part of your body. Plus, since water goes to your stomach first and has to go through your entire system before it hydrates your vocal chords. Make sure you start drinking water well in advance before you start singing, but please don't drink something like Gatorade because the sugar will just coat your throat and a crapload of mucus will be there so don't drink Gatorade. Water is the best thing. If you are getting sick or are sick. Try to be on as much vocal rest as possible. Again drink plenty of water. "Organic Throat Coat" does wonder's for your vocal chords too. You can get it at any health store that sells vitamins such as GNC. www.gnc.com Honey is also something that helps with your voice too. So I recommend putting the honey in your throat coat tea to help sweeten it up. Using actual sugar will defeat the purpose. Milk and creamers with defeat the purpose as well.

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Beth's First Laryngoscopy - Vocal Cords in Action

From the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. This is what happens when I say "eee" with a camera down my throat. There are no vocal nodules (don't let the mucus confuse you) but you can see a slight thickening of the membrane where the nodes have been / could be in the future. Note also that the trachea is visible when I breathe. Cool huh? Actual size: roughly that of a quarter. (Note: If you think you're really clever by making a comment comparing this to female genitalia, you're not. I've deleted dozens, and yours will be next.)

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Free Your Voice - singing technique warm-up exercises

Vocal warm-up exercises to increase your range, tone, breathing, flexibility and vocal confidence. Whatever style you choose, from rock to opera, Free Your Voice helps develop your voice from a position of safety and vocal health. Written and presented by top vocal coach Heather Mair Thomas, singing teacher to acclaimed actors, singers and celebrities. Download the complete programme at http://www.singingcentre.com and http://www.sessionsinger.co.uk

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Jaime Vendera's Vocal Lessons: Vocal Health Series Part 2 Sinus Health

Jaime Vendera discusses what you can do to alleviate sinus problems that might be causing problems with your singing voice.www.thevoiceconnection.com vocal, instruction, singing, lessons, health, Jaime, Vendera, singer, shatters, xooma, glass, Raise, Your, Voice, Range, singingonlinesuccess, thevoiceconnection, vocal lessons

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Jaime Vendera's Vocal Health Series Part 3 Throat Care

Jaime Vendera discusses some great products that he considers "food for the voice" In order to keep your voice strong and healthy. www.thevoiceconnection.com Vocal instruction singing lessons vocal health Jaime Vendera singer shatters glass Raise Your Voice Range brett manning singingsuccessonline voice coucil

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Voice Lesson 3, Voice Health

Some advise on maintaining good vocal health

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Voice exercise step 3

voice lesson exercise ... the third step of the setup

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Vocal Coach - Your FULL and UNIQUE Singing Voice - Session II

WWW.VOCALCOACH.CA This is the most important information you will ever receive about the voice. Session II of this video series explains the three separate components that make up your FULL voice. Knowing about these components will allow you to make informed choices about what you need and want to develop in your voice regardless of where your voice is now or where you want it to be. Having a command over your voice will increase the joy you feel while singing. Your confidence will soar! Check out all 4 Sessions. They are: Vocal Coach - Understanding YOUR Voice Session I Vocal Coach - Your FULL and UNIQUE Singing Voice Session II Vocal Coach Sing with a Powerful & Healthy Voice Session III Vocal Coach How to Get Started Session IV Special thanks go to: frankcasting new media http://frankcasting.com Thank you Andy Frank and Rick Scicluna for the wonderful work you did of shooting the video series. I appreciate your professionalism and I know my students as well as people all over the world who view this will benefit from the information you helped me present. James Oliver http://thesongtree.com Logo design by James Oliver WWW.VOCALCOACH.CA vocalcoachtoronto@gmail.com

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step 2

The second step of the setup

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step 4

the 4th step of the setup

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Lesson 1 Breathing

This is a private voice lesson with Ann Paris. In this lesson we cover breathing exercises and the importance of breathing and relaxing while singing.

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Vocal Warm up #1

Breathing exercise

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Video Stroboscopy of the Vocal Cords

http://www.VoiceInfo.org - Video of an exam performed on a patient to evaluate the vocal cords using stroboscopy. Close-up view of the exam is shown.

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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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Singing Lessons & Voice Training: Brett Manning Teaches Katie Rae Davis

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article Title: VOCAL FREEDOM Date: 07.01.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Katie Rae Davis Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal technique, method, voice lessons, katie rae davis Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Bretts in the studio with rising country star, Katie Rae Davis. Katies had some great success in her career so far, but wants to take it to the next level. Brett runs through some exercises with Katie to open up her voice. He wants to give her the freedom in her voice to do whatever she wants. They run through a song together and correct some little things that have a huge impact on her tone and ease of singing. Be sure to check out Katies myspace at http://www.myspace.com/katieraedavismusic Approximate Length: 37 minutes 17 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article

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Re: Vocal Warmup: Part 3 - Improving Tone

Video Cam Direct Upload

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Jaime Vendera discusses vocal grit

Jaime explains some basic grit/scream exercises to singer Rita Bella.

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Vocal Coach - Understanding YOUR Voice Session I

WWW.VOCALCOACH.CA The purpose of this video series is to give you an overview of what goes in to developing your FULL voice. While you may have taken lessons or read books on some of the most common aspects of the voice, there are many things that get overlooked. These things will hold you back from singing your best. I would like to provide you with information that will help you change that. In this introduction video Session I, we will outline a few of the things singers experience and steps needed to take your voice to the next level and beyond. Check out all 4 Sessions. They are: Vocal Coach - Understanding YOUR Voice Session I Vocal Coach - Your FULL and UNIQUE Singing Voice Session II Vocal Coach Sing with a Powerful & Healthy Voice Session III Vocal Coach How to Get Started Session IV Special thanks go to: frankcasting new media http://frankcasting.com Thank you Andy Frank and Rick Scicluna for the wonderful work you did of shooting the video series. I appreciate your professionalism and I know my students as well as people all over the world who view this will benefit from the information you helped me present. James Oliver http://thesongtree.com Logo design by James Oliver WWW.VOCALCOACH.CA vocalcoachtoronto@gmail.com

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Vocal Coach - How to Get Started Session IV

WWW.VOCALCOACH.CA Often the hardest part about training the voice is taking the first step. Session IV will give you benchmarks on what to expect when taking vocal lessons along with suggestions about connecting with other musicians, revving up your learning and much more. Enjoy! Check out all 4 Sessions. They are: Vocal Coach - Understanding YOUR Voice Session I Vocal Coach - Your FULL and UNIQUE Singing Voice Session II Vocal Coach Sing with a Powerful & Healthy Voice Session III Vocal Coach How to Get Started Session IV Special thanks go to: frankcasting new media http://frankcasting.com Thank you Andy Frank and Rick Scicluna for the wonderful work you did of shooting the video series. I appreciate your professionalism and I know my students as well as people all over the world who view this will benefit from the information you helped me present. James Oliver http://thesongtree.com Logo design by James Oliver http://bigschmooze.ca Ellen Drake - The BigSchmooze.ca WWW.VOCALCOACH.CA vocalcoachtoronto@gmail.com

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Voice Lessons: Jamie Wigginton Teaches Kristen Rogers

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Title: THE GROOVE QUEEN Date: 02.11.2009 Coach: Jamie Wigginton Artist: Kristen Rogers Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal method, training, voice lessons, james jamie wigginton, groove, soul singer Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Jamie Wigginton has brought in another talented singer to demonstrate two things; finding your mix, and how to groove. The first part of the lesson deals with finding your mix and Jamie gives some larynx exercises to help. In second half of the lesson, Jamie talks about groove and what its purpose is in a song. Kristen Rogers is the groove queen, and she gives some tips to help follow the groove of a song, and not rush it. Watch this talented coach and singer work through a song and demonstrate groove. Approximate Length: 20 minutes 51 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/

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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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How To Sing: Don't Be Afraid Of Your Voice

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Title: DONT BE AFRAID OF YOUR VOICE Date: 07.29.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Carla Cappa Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal technique, method, voice lessons, tone, resonance, texture, carla cappa Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Bretts in the studio with a talented new artist, Carla Cappa. Brett sees some unlocked talent and potential, and wants to bring that out. They work on some exercises to open her mind and free her voice from what she thinks its supposed to sound like. Brett helps Carla find her voice and sets her on the right path to becoming a great artist. This lesson teaches that in order to become a truly great artist, you have to understand how others hear your voice. Approximate Length: 40 minutes 26 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/

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Singing Lessons & Voice Training: Brett Manning Teaches Caitlyn Offerman

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article Title: TOO MANY GADGETS Date: 06.24.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Caitlyn Offerman Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal technique, method, voice lessons, caitlyn offerman Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer In this update Brett sits down with a truly gifted singer, Caitlyn Offerman. Caitlyn has one of those voices that Brett describes as a James Bond car, meaning that her voice has so many gadgets that can overwhelm the singer if they dont have control. Brett takes Caitlyn through some exercises to help gain control of her voice. This is a very informative lesson for all singers looking to master their voice. Approximate Length: 45 minutes 57 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article

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Singing Lessons & Voice Training: Jesse Nemitz Teaches Eddie Gilbert

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article Title: TONE-DEAF SINGING Date: 02.29.2008 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Eddie Gilbert Description: Directed by: Jesse Nemitz When Eddie came to us, he wasnt able to hit pitches consistently. In fact, pitch was a mystery to him. Throughout the last 6 months, Eddie has used the Singing Success program and private lessons with Jesse to achieve great progress in his ability to match pitches and sing in tune. His before and after is incredible so you need to listen to it if you havent heard it. This lesson goes out to anyone having problems singing in tune and anyone who thinks they might be tone-deaf. In addition to pitch building exercises, there are good hints at how to really nail the heavy mix in the context of a song. Jesse shows how to work up to it and how to master difficult consonants while singing certain phrases and words. http://www.eddiegilbert.net/voicetraining.cfm Approximate Length: 41 minutes 06 seconds Quality: 640x480 657 Kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article

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Lesson 8 Nashville System of Numbers for Voice

Lesson#8 Using numbers with the "C" major scale enables you to create many exercises of intervals or pitches. Promotes correct postion of vocal cords. http://www.ilovemusica.com

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Voice Lessons: Brett Manning Teaches Caitlyn Offerman

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Title: TOO MANY GADGETS Date: 06.24.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Caitlyn Offerman Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal technique, method, voice lessons, caitlyn offerman Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer In this update Brett sits down with a truly gifted singer, Caitlyn Offerman. Caitlyn has one of those voices that Brett describes as a James Bond car, meaning that her voice has so many gadgets that can overwhelm the singer if they dont have control. Brett takes Caitlyn through some exercises to help gain control of her voice. This is a very informative lesson for all singers looking to master their voice. Approximate Length: 45 minutes 57 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/

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Voice Lessons: Brett Manning Teaches Katie Rae Davis

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Title: VOCAL FREEDOM Date: 07.01.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Katie Rae Davis Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal technique, method, voice lessons, katie rae davis Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Bretts in the studio with rising country star, Katie Rae Davis. Katies had some great success in her career so far, but wants to take it to the next level. Brett runs through some exercises with Katie to open up her voice. He wants to give her the freedom in her voice to do whatever she wants. They run through a song together and correct some little things that have a huge impact on her tone and ease of singing. Be sure to check out Katies myspace at http://www.myspace.com/katieraedavismusic Approximate Length: 37 minutes 17 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/

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Singing Lessons & Voice Training: Don't Be Afraid Of Your Voice

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article Title: DONT BE AFRAID OF YOUR VOICE Date: 07.29.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Carla Cappa Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal technique, method, voice lessons, tone, resonance, texture, carla cappa Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Bretts in the studio with a talented new artist, Carla Cappa. Brett sees some unlocked talent and potential, and wants to bring that out. They work on some exercises to open her mind and free her voice from what she thinks its supposed to sound like. Brett helps Carla find her voice and sets her on the right path to becoming a great artist. This lesson teaches that in order to become a truly great artist, you have to understand how others hear your voice. Approximate Length: 40 minutes 26 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article

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How to shatter glass with your voice

Jaime Vendera demonstrates breaking 5 wineglasses in a row. He explains his glass shattering secrets at jaimevendera.com and thevoiceconnection.com. The basic techniques he uses to break the glass include applying the Power Push, The "E" scream exercises and specific vocal placement as described in his book Raise Your Voice 2nd Edition.

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Voice Lessons: Jamie Wigginton Teaches Megan Gleckler

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Title: JUST RELAX Date: 06.03.2009 Coach: Jamie Wigginton Artist: Megan Gleckler Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal technique, method, voice lessons, jamie wigginton, megan Gleckler, relax Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Jamie Wigginton is back in the studio with Megan Gleckler. Megan is getting ready for a summer singing gig at SeaWorld, and she has asked Jamie to help with her vocal tension. Megan has a powerful voice, and its easy for her to become tense when singing high. They work through a song and Jamie gives some exercises to help relieve the tension. Jamies unique approach to this technique is always great to watch. Approximate Length: 32 minutes 12 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/

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Singing Lessons & Voice Training: Jesse Nemitz Teaches Alan Reyes

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article Title: WHY SO MANY NOTES? Date: 03.11.2009 Coach: Jesse Nemitz Artist: Alan Reyes Tags: brett manning, jesse nemitz, alan reyes, singing success online, vocal technique, method, training, voice lessons, low notes, high mix, compression, vowels, phrasing, octaves, extending range Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer Jesse Nemitz sits down with long time student, Alan Reyes, to show the importance of extending your range. You never know when your top and bottom notes will be affected by something out of your control, so you want to do everything you can to protect those money notes so that you can sing great even through a cold. Jesse also gives some exercises and tips to brighten up the voice, which is a struggle for most bass singers. Alan has an amazing vocal range and hes overcome some huge obstacles to get there. Check out his story and hear his secrets for getting beyond six octaves! Approximate Length: 44 minutes 23 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article

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Voice Lessons: Jamie Wigginton Teaches Blake Rowden

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Title: SPASMODIC DYSPHONIA BLUES Date: 04.02.2008 Coach: Jamie Wigginton Artist: Blake Rowden Description: Directed by: Jesse Nemitz Jamie is at it again with a pair of wonderful singers from the heart of Nashville, Belmont University campus. Blake is sick but needs to warm up for a demanding show rehearsal so you will see the process of getting the voice in shape in any condition. The second singer works through some mix exercises and battles Spasmodic Dysphonia. This update is NOT to be missed! Approximate Length: 34 minutes 24 seconds Quality: 640x360 606 Kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/

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Vocal Lessons Soprano and Tenor Lyrical Singing il Bel Canto

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. In this video the Maestro Canana's explain to three sopranos (Soprano Valentina Madonna, Soprano, Soprano) 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 CONCERTATORE MARIO CANANA

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Voice Lessons: Jamie Wigginton Teaches Keith Johnson, & Jordan Formanek

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Title: SINGING ON TIRED VOICE Date: 02.22.2008 Coach: Jamie Wigginton Artist: Keith Johnson, Jordan Formanek Description: Directed by: Jesse Nemitz We all do it abuse our voices by not getting enough sleep. Belmont University campus in the heart of Nashville, TN is ripe with students that have this common vocal problem. Today, our associate teacher, Jamie Wigginton, tackles this issue and more of what seem to be plaguing just about every student this time of year tired voice and sick voice. Composed of two 25 minute lessons, this update will walk through some exercises to wake up a sleepy voice and also break through some tension issues for the young male singers. Keith is a textbook case of the still-changing teenage male voice and any young singer having issues with the middle part of the mix will relate to the concepts taught in the first lesson. Our second singer, Jordan was gracious enough to let us film him while in the middle of battling a cold virus so many valuable tips about singing through sickness can be found because of him. Thanks Jordan and Keith for sharing your vulnerabilities with the rest of the singing community! Approximate Length: 51 minutes 43 seconds Quality: 640x480 657 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 Technique & Voice Training : Diction, Support & Pasagio in Vocal Training

Learn three common terms--diction, support and pasagio--used in voice and vocal training with singing and vocal training tips in this free online vocal coaching video clip. Expert: James Meny Bio: James Meny has taught the middle voice technique for years. He is also trained in the opera & classical vocal styles & has studied under Seth Riggs, who teaches stars like Josh Groban & Stevie Wonder. Filmmaker: Todd Sapio

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Classical Vocal Training for Singers : Tips Before Singing or Speaking: Part 2

Learn how to sing or speak with classical vocal training exercises in this free video singing lesson.

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Vocal Technique & Voice Training : Larynx Positions & Vocal Technique

Learn how a larynx position makes a specific sound and how that affects a singing voice with expert voice tips in this free online vocal coaching video clip. Expert: James Meny Bio: James Meny has taught the middle voice technique for years. He is also trained in the opera & classical vocal styles & has studied under Seth Riggs, who teaches stars like Josh Groban & Stevie Wonder. Filmmaker: Todd Sapio

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Voice Lessons: Brett Manning Teaches Madelynn Pey

http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/ Title: BECOMING UNIQUE Date: 05.20.2009 Coach: Brett Manning Artist: Madelynn Pey Tags: brett manning, singing success online, vocal technique, method, voice lessons, madelynn pey, country singer Description: Directed by: Jeremy Spencer In this update Brett teaches rising country singer, Madelynn Pey. The two run through some exercises to warm up, and help relax the voice. Brett shows Madelynn some exercises that bring out the unique qualities in her voice. He also shows her the difference between singing live and in the studio. This lesson is about becoming unique, as an artist. Brett really shows how to put your personality into songs, so that your audience can feel what youre singing about. Approximate Length: 37 minutes 22 seconds Quality: 640x360 759 kbps http://www.singingsuccessonline.com/ad/youtube_sso_article/

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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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