Most vocalists don’t pay enough attention to getting their voice to take low notes clean and deep. However, if your specialty is jazz or pop vocals, low notes will help you significantly expand your repertoire. In this video, a professional vocal teacher shows you exercises that will allow you to develop your range down.
Low notes are the natural chest register that we use when speaking. In order to take low notes in a relaxed and comfortable way, you need to perform General relaxation exercises. Continue reading
“Music heals the soul and body” – this inscription can be seen on some Italian Renaissance instruments.
The healing properties of music have been known for a long time. Even in Ancient Egypt and Greece, doctors treated patients with sounds and had extensive knowledge in this area. Ancient Chinese doctors believed that music can cure any disease, and even wrote out “musical recipes” to influence a particular organ. In Russian latitudes, for example, in Evenkia, to enhance the effect of drugs, healers hummed their spells and spells, and shamans accompanied them with the sounds of a drum and tambourine. Continue reading
As you know, music can have a healing effect on a person. Well-chosen melodies are able to get rid of depression, set up a positive mood, arrange for purchases, and even… grow your hair. Since ancient times, the melody has been an integral part of various kinds of celebrations, as well as for religious processions. For example, during the funeral service of the deceased, it was believed that music helps to get rid of grief and ease the suffering of loved ones. So, already in the XVII century, some scientists began to put forward hypotheses about the healing effects of music therapy. A little later, the famous doctor Linnek created the theory that the melody, depending on the rhythm, can affect a person in different ways. Continue reading