Classic Vocal Warm Up Exercise for Singing Lessons – 2 Octaves

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Vocal Warm Up Accompaniment.
“clases de canto” “Gesangsunterricht” “Singing Lessons” “cours de chant”

That classic vocal warm up using the first 5 notes of the scale 1-2-3-4-5-4-3-2-1 then rising through each key for 2 octaves.

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39 thoughts on “Classic Vocal Warm Up Exercise for Singing Lessons – 2 Octaves

  1. Kamal Zabel says:

    i got to 16 of them and i’m 7 years old

  2. Sydney Pino says:

    I made it to the end!! 😀 thank you voice lessons, you’ve really been
    paying off(:

  3. 1:27 how can you even go past that without your voice breaking

  4. ShadowPrincess110 . says:

    I can only get to the high D and then my voice breaks 🙁 I hate that E!!!

  5. Are the last ones supposed to be whistle notes?

  6. Maddy Bidleman says:

    I went all the way through and im 11

  7. Aniya Gibson says:

    I got through the whole thing and I’m 9

  8. Pie- pinkpony says:

    I did the whole thing, but it was in my whistle register

  9. Clarity MoonStone says:

    Hats dead EASY im 9 :-)

  10. Rodrigo Guimarães Rosa says:

    the octave is wrong, is not octave the baritone.

  11. wellythonvieira says:

    Hello, what is the first and last note of this vocal?


  12. Mandy Tan Stemmler says:

    I found that I’m actual using whistle tone from 1:15

  13. Lester Sanchez says:

    How do you guys do the mix voice?

  14. Rebecca Inez says:

    After 1:30, I’m done. Then I’m just squeaking. Haha.

  15. quangluu96 says:

    Too high for a male voice ahha, I did only 1.5 octave.

  16. Mercado A. says:

    This is just 2 octaves? Oh gosh TT____TT

  17. TwinsunLunacy says:

    I had no idea I could reach whistle notes.

  18. EdnaandLizbeth says:

    Yes i did almost the whole thing!!

  19. SophiasCloset says:

    I kept going higher, past the last hi c and my cat came over and bit my
    toe! LOL

  20. SophiasCloset says:

    Ahhhh, now I feel bad because she won’t stop crying. : ( I think I hurt her

  21. Meta Chromatic says:

    For this kind of warmup are you supposed to start singing falsetto at some
    point? I’m not an experienced singer, I don’t even know what type of singer
    I am, I can sing a somewhat audible scale all the way up 1:30 :/

  22. Linda Casablanca-Potter says:

    Good lesson….you are very talented and personable! And your voice is
    beautiful and strong. Thank you for posting this! :)

  23. 1:10 and thats all folks!!! my god!!!!!!!!!

  24. Zoey Walter says:

    Falsetto was over at E7 😀 I switched to whistle tones.

  25. Darius Stewart says:

    this is so high, i’d love to see some one hit those last three notes.

  26. ion leusanu says:


  27. Andrews2490 says:

    Thank you for sharing and putting these vocal scales online. 

  28. Han Jinhee says:

    Omg i made to last one yass i guess that practice payed off

  29. Ok after my throat got tired I just started whispering lol

  30. Katherine Carter says:

    Great, loving the high notes.

  31. Sergeant Gaben says:

    Made it to 0:58, guess I’m more of a baritone then.

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