How To Test Your Vocal Range
Technique - Voice

How To Test Your Vocal Range

Singers should always know and be comfortable with the range that they sing in. Knowing your voice type is key when selecting songs to sing. The vocal range can be indicated by the four basic parts within a choir: Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Bass.

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How To Strengthen Your Singing Voice
Technique - Voice

How To Strengthen Your Singing Voice

Your vocal health is an important part of being a singer. When you have a strong voice and use it frequently to perform, you need to be sure that you are practicing proper vocal training to keep up with the demands of being a singer as well as keeping the voice healthy.

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10 Easy Songs That Can Be Sung At Any Level
Technique - Voice

10 Easy Songs That Can Be Sung At Any Level

When you start singing lessons, it can be difficult to figure out which song you want to sing first, especially if you aren’t aware of your voice type, or what style you’d prefer to practice. These are choices that are solidified as you progress in your lessons, but at first, it can be difficult to pinpoint.

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The 12 Best Sing-Along Songs
Perfomance - Voice

The 12 Best Sing-Along Songs

Picture it. You’re in the car for a long road trip, or you have to entertain your children for hours on end until you reach your destination. One of the best options for making time pass is to sing along to some well-known songs and put on your own in-car concert.

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8 Easy Guitar Songs For Every Beginner
Guitar - Instruments - Technique

8 Easy Guitar Songs For Every Beginner

When you are getting started with playing the guitar, it’s incredible to find the sheer number of songs that you can learn to play right from the start. Since many songs utilize only 2 or 3 major chords, it is easy to pick up these songs when playing. A beginner guitarist should start with easy songs such as these.

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6 Vocal Warm-Ups for Kids
Lessons - Voice

6 Vocal Warm-Ups for Kids

The most important part of learning to sing is learning how to properly warm up your voice. For children, warm-ups can seem and be a really boring part of their voice lesson. As a voice teacher, it can be beneficial to make the vocal exercises fun and engaging for kids so that they are more likely to participate actively.

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Piano Chords Explained
Instruments - Piano - Technique

Piano Chords Explained

Looking at the piano and its notes, the first thing even the most amateur musician will notice is an array of keys – some black and some white – that make different sounds or notes when struck.

A combination of those notes, known as the chord on a piano is a minimum of 3 notes played together, sometimes more in some cases.

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The 6 Best Instruments To Learn When You're 50+
Instruments - Lessons

The 6 Best Instruments To Learn When You’re 50+

As you age you tend to think that you’re unable to do certain things because you’re “too old” to do them any longer.

One of the biggest misconceptions like the expression ‘teaching an old dog a new trick’ is that in your older years you are unable to learn a brand new instrument. Older adults still have the ability to learn, so don’t feel you need to give up on this.

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First & Easiest Violin Songs for Beginners
Violin

First & Easiest Violin Songs for Beginners

When you begin to learn to play the violin, you probably fancy yourself mastering a difficult piece like one of Beethoven’s Sonatas or the Concerto in A Minor. But in reality, you should be sure to give yourself some patience because it will require time to get to that stage.

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Ilana G. - singing teacher
Lessons - Perfomance - Repertoire - Technique - Voice

But WHAT should I sing???

If you have been studying voice, or spent time around other vocalists, you may have heard them refer to their “book”. This book refers to a singer’s repertoire. What a singer chooses to study and perform is hugely important. It frames your identity as an artist and the way you are presented to your audiences.

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