How to Sing ‘O Holy Night’

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O Holy Night is famous for being one of the most difficult Christmas songs to sing well. It requires great phrasing and breath control, a large range and careful diction. Difficulty singing pure vowels through the long phrases, the many dipthongs, and constant Rs and Ls can torpedo many a singer. Valerie breaks this classic song down on what to watch out for and how to make your phrasing more beautiful and clear.

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10 thoughts on “How to Sing ‘O Holy Night’

  1. orionsector says:

    all you have to do is study how Josh Groban does it – perfection…


    You didn’t mention who did the bad version. Can you tell us?


    Thank you Valerie. You sounded beautiful.

  4. Vocal Splendor Studios says:

    How to Sing ‘O Holy Night’

  5. Vocal Splendor Studios says:

    How to Sing ‘O Holy Night’

  6. Katie Nutt says:

    I really enjoyed this video! I know it’s an old video, but it’s about that
    time of year again!! Your voice is beautiful- I’ve enjoyed watching and
    practicing the breathing technique video’s along with the vowel
    pronunciations in this video. Although, I am an alto and am having a
    difficult time finding video’s to work within my range. Any suggestions?
    I am 25yrs,old, been singing my whole life but I’m new to choir type
    singing, and taking my very first choir class this year at a local jr
    college, and feel COMPLETELY behind!!! 

  7. Marija Jurešić says:

    I love you, thak you for all these lessons, i would never started to sing
    if I didnt find these videos, thank you so much. Greetings from Croatia

  8. so basically sing it with a british accent!

  9. Jake Singh says:

    Learning other languages: If you’ll be able to study Spanish, you’ve a head start in studying the other Latin-primarily based languages reminiscent of French and Italian.

  10. Connor Hurley says:

    The majority of my students take a 45 minute singing lesson each week, with a few taking their lesson once a fortnight.

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