How to Sing – Elastic Lung Recoil – Singing Lesson from Classical Techniques 101

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2 thoughts on “How to Sing – Elastic Lung Recoil – Singing Lesson from Classical Techniques 101

  1. VIDEOHEREBOB says:

    I have all your videos. I’m glad you’re back.´╗┐

  2. Aimee Gray says:

    This is really interesting. You talk a lot essentially about the
    “passivity” or “recoil” nature of the out breath. Funnily enough, I believe
    Janice Chapman talks a lot about the “passivity” of the IN breath, and as a
    singer, working on the idea of recoil when inhaling, as opposed to
    exhaling… thoughts? I’m pretty sure it is her who encourages the singer
    to really work the transverse/obliques on the out breath, to ensure optimal
    and efficient sub glottal pressure? I would be really fascinated if you had
    any other good sources that support your idea of the recoil out breath?
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