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Free Voice Lessons - How To Sing High Notes (Intermediate) - Rock the Stage NYC - Vocalist Online

Free Voice Lessons - How To Sing High Notes (Intermediate) - Rock the Stage NYC

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Added on Sep 2, 2009

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Free Singing Lesson - How to expand your singing range. One of my most commonly asked questions is "how can I sing high notes?" - Here is a simple exercise to start expanding your upper range in the head register. It's called "reverse octaves" and its a really good way to start stretching your vocal cords to reach those upper notes. CAUTION: do this only for 5-10min a day. It can hurt if you're voice is not strong enough for this and you over do it. Tags: head voice, adduction, high notes, vocal range, expand, chest voice, belting, free singing lessons, voice instruction, vocal exercises, resonance, falsetto, vocal cords Kevin Richards teaches at Rock the Stage NYC in Manhattan. For more information about studying in person or via Skype internet lessons: please visit www.rockthestagenyc.com

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Tags: head  voice  adduction  high  notes  vocal  range  expand  chest  belting  free  singing  lessons  instruction  exercises  resonance  falsetto  cords 

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