13 thoughts on “High Notes Made Easier & How to sing Pianissimo!

  1. Chrstphr50 says:

    Thank you so much, I’ve just started with singing lessons and this has
    helped me a lot. We’re doing ‘Maria’ from West Side Story, which ends with
    a ppp, I’ll try and impress my singing teacher next time with your
    technique!

  2. Barbara Lewis says:

    Hi Chrstphr50 – I’m happy that these ideas were helpful to you. I hope your
    teacher enjoyed your discovery! My best, Barbara

  3. This is not high enough 🙁 When I try to sing the notes I want to hit, it
    always comes out opera-loud.

  4. maxmacroknowles says:

    your voice is
    Woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooowooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooow

  5. Jad Ardat says:

    Oh my gosh, you are absolutely incredible! I teared up when you sang the
    double octave high C! Your voice is so tender and endearing, I can listen
    to it all day!

  6. Hannelie Burger says:

    Barbara, I’m 42 and started taking sing lessons for the first time in my
    life. I just want to say tank you so much for sharing all these tips and
    exercises. I love it and find it so helpful. You have a beautiful and
    amazing voice. Thank you thank you thank you.

  7. Barbara Lewis says:

    Very kind of you to take the time to make a comment. Thank you Hannelie.
    May you sing with ease and joy. Best, Barbara

  8. Barbara Lewis says:

    Thank you. Those double octaves are pretty do-able with some practice. I
    hope your singing is going well! My best, Barbara

  9. Barbara Lewis says:

    Thank you. Very generous comment!

  10. Brett Combs says:

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