Singing Lesson Tonal Onset exercises tenor range

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The moment we begin singing is one of the most important moments in our performances. These exercises are a way for us to practice our tonal onsets and work to get them consistent and accurate for each phrase of music we begin singing. Good as a warm up or something to practice, enjoy!

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9 thoughts on “Singing Lesson Tonal Onset exercises tenor range

  1. Kevin Lee Burns says:

    I love these!! Thank you!

  2. Rick Miller says:

    I can’t stop smiling for having discovered you today.

  3. cadencorin1 says:

    Jeff your videos are the best! This video was very challenging but very
    helpful! Thanks!

  4. cadencorin1 says:

    Hey Jeff,
    This is like my 3rd or 4th time or acting this exercise. I find the ah’s to
    be very challenging, almost difficult. Any suggestions?

  5. mazz sitima says:

    Hi Jeff. I’ve been practicing this daily while focusing on engagement. I
    think I’ve finally got the hang of appoggio: the attack is now very clean
    and comes all the way from my toes while keeping my ribs open. I must say
    that the sensation is great in a weird way, my throat feels so free & light
    while my whole body is working so hard to the point of breaking into a
    sweat. Is this the normal sensation people feel?


  6. Quintin Smith says:

    Im trying to embark on a singing career and have been really studying the
    craft, watching your videos daily, practicing in & out of the studio etc.
    BUT the constant problem is my tone. I hate how it sounds, my producer
    keeps telling me that my tones are slightly off from the notes im hitting.
    (I have a big voice/range). How do I correct this? Its very frustrating
    because I want to be an awesome singer. Please help

  7. Sopraninos: Reaching the highest of the ranges, a Sopranino can sing to D6 and beyond.

  8. Ariel Bryan says:

    For example Country songs require numerous nasal sound.

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