Professional singing lesson – Baritone range breathing and warm up

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This video’s exercise works on coordinating the breath with vocal fold adduction. Great as a warm up, but worth doing repeatedly to increase proficiency with vowel changes and range development.

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11 thoughts on “Professional singing lesson – Baritone range breathing and warm up

  1. Jake Day Williams says:

    I love your vocal lessons. Thank you so much for making them. I’ve been
    listening and practicing them everyday on my drive to and from work. I
    never knew driving could be so productive. Do you have a PayPal account?
    Let me know the address so I can send you some money. Thanks again. 

  2. Farid Nader says:

    You’re Awesome! Thank you Jeff!

  3. Edward R Fernandez (Cubear1959) says:

    Jeff Thank you so much for doing this. You are the best!!

  4. brooksjr75 says:

    Very helpful!!!!! Thank you so much!

  5. Cai Martlew says:

    Hello Jeff!

    Thanks so much for your videos, you do a sterling job.
    I’ve often been told that I shout my high notes anything above a D4 (?).
    They’re there but I’m doing something wrong. Do you have any advice?

    Awesome stuff once again! will try and get a lesson or two in with you when
    time and money allows!

    C
    

  6. TheAmazingSong says:

    Awesome warm ups! Thank you so much for doing this :)

  7. jamesk8s1 says:

    SOOOOOOO appreciate your teaching videos!!! I use them daily. Wishing you
    ever greater success!!!!!! Thank you!!! James :)

  8. Cooper Dalton says:

    Play with your voice have fun with it. Instead of being on your phone, listen to the sounds around you.

  9. You don’t need to be a terrific singer to be a fantastic tune-writer or performer and entertainer.

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