Singing Lessons : Singing Lessons: Breathing Exercises

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Breathing exercises used in singing lessons increase vocal range and give more power to the singer. Learn breathing exercises for singing with tips from a music teacher in this free video singing lesson.

Expert: Loren Green
Bio: Loren Green has a Bachelor of Music Education degree, and is currently working on her Masters of Music Education.
Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA

41 thoughts on “Singing Lessons : Singing Lessons: Breathing Exercises

  1. waterpon11 says:

    Really useful, you don’t realise what you’re doing normally..funny really.

  2. little0boots says:

    my abdomen goes IN when i breathe IN….

  3. teskjetil says:

    @little0boots, I know, My abdomen goes IN too, when I’m not concentrating
    on making it grow out. I have a feeling this is going to help…I’ll try do

  4. I thought 25 was quite low to be an example 😛 I made it in my first
    attempt! Gonna keep exercising and see how high i’ll get.

  5. MusicTyroOfficial says:

    This is one of the better explanations of singing anatomy that I’ve seen.

  6. walkingmess says:

    I think the lesson is great but a little tip for singers, don’t breathe
    with your mouth cause the mouth is not meant for breathing. Always breathe
    through your nose.

  7. mountaincuckoo says:

    Just what I’m looking for: simple, direct exercises that can easily be done
    every day

  8. Louise Ginnane says:

    I got to 35, these are really helpful, I’ve heard of these excersises but
    I’m self taught, so I don’t go to classes or anything like that, I don’t
    even excersise my voice I’ll just start singing or sing something easy to
    warm up a little but I don’t excersise or warm up properly, but now I have
    to start! Thanks for the upload!

  9. I thought she was gonna sing that Feist song when she started counting.

  10. Jasmine Gravador says:

    ooohhh! i needdd to try this! thank you!!! i really need to work on my
    breathing skills lol i hope this workss~~

  11. Joshua Vittachi says:

    Isn’t the ‘Shh’ Thing what pregnent women do ? lol 😀

  12. walkingmess says:

    I’m not saying never breathe through your mouth, sometimes you have to. But
    breathing through your mouth will dry your throat and that’s an
    inconvenience while singing, why do you think singers always carry a bottle
    of water around? Plus, it doesn’t look good on stage haha… I say breathe
    through your nose and if you have a problems doing that you probably wanna
    go get that checked by a speeche therapist or an otolaryngologist.

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  14. 12najjarinahmad1 says:

    I am gonna do this from now on

  15. 78ladygaga says:

    Thank u so much this is going to help ALOT!

  16. Warren Cash says:

    @walkingmess Its not fast enough for singers, and when done fast the mic
    pics up a snort 😛

  17. MATTLEEDLE says:

    wait… this is a legit question. will this make me fatter?

  18. CityOnaHillStudios says:

    I breathe from my diaphram naturally now but excersizes are still helpful
    🙂 thanks for posting this. vidoes help me stay motivated. alot of people
    dont ‘realize that while some people maybe natrually talented in singing it
    still takes alot to maintian a professional sounding voice. alot of artists
    sound awesome but end up losing thier voice because of singing incorrectly
    or not warming up first.

  19. charlie5698isdabomb says:

    wait!, then how do i stop breathing from my chest and use my abdomen more
    often because i know that a peson just doesn’t stop using their diaphram
    bcuz they will die if they don’t; but how do i stop using my chest area
    from moving everytime i breathe? does anyone get this question? if so can
    you please answer it?

  20. Note to self NEVER EVER! EVER! Take advice or lessons from Expertvillage,
    they should call themselves “fuckedupvillage.”

  21. Sonya Peña says:

    @bunsenhoneydew111 HAHAHA! common!

  22. Vinícius Ferreira says:

    @charlie5698isdabomb A easy way to understand, for me at least, is to focus
    on your belly. Really let your belly increase, never being ashamed of
    looking fat while at it, coz it’s just in the beginning

  23. MrToonkill says:

    @mslmatao haha..douche…yeh, good question.

  24. William Bayes says:

    I’m 83, and I counted to 33 the first time. I assume we just count after
    taking a deep breath and then hold our breath as we count.

  25. Roland St Gerard says:

    You are such a life saver God blesss you

  26. polly10022 says:

    @bunsenhoneydew111 How do you think fat women manage to sing opera?

  27. forestsprite1886 says:

    Wow. You really need to do P.E. more. without it everyone’s a fatass.

  28. kakka kikkare says:

    you want a medal or something?

  29. Michael Clarke says:

    at 1:37 i was talking to my sister who came in my room and she (not sister,
    lady on this video) scared the crap out of me

  30. TheCryptologist says:

    i felt light headed after doing this lol

  31. Mattias Klement says:

    I am no expert but thats normal.

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  33. Trinity Smith says:

    If you are just starting to learn how to sing, there is one thing that is FAR too important to ignore.

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