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Week 1 Notes

by: Ashley Prenatt

Week 1 Notes MUS 1470

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These notes cover the 3 Principles of Singing.
Class Voice I
Alex Perkins
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ashley Prenatt on Wednesday September 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MUS 1470 at Ohio University taught by Alex Perkins in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Class Voice I in Music at Ohio University.


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Date Created: 09/07/16
3 Principles of Singing    State of Awareness    *Good balance, physical readiness  ­think of foot as tripod  ­don’t stick your neck out  ­standing straight, not hunching over  ­don’t lock in place, be loose enough to move  ­find a middle ground between stiff and relaxed  ­we are born with perfect posture, but habits change that over time  ­”what feels natural isn’t natural”  ­feeling of inferiority can dictate posture    Breathing easily    ­​deep​ breath; not necessarily ‘big’  ­if hands are under ribs, you can feel them expanding  ­think about ​whole body ​when breathing  ­not extra movement in shoulders/chest  ­“frictionless” breathing  ­don’t “make it happen,” “allow it”    Stay present at all times    ­don’t let your mind wander  ­being aware of what’s happening around you without getting distracted  ­don’t take a mental vacation  ­warming up your mind is as important as warming up your voice    *Your body is your instrument, the way you’re treating your body is the way you’re  treating your voice   


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