Singing Lessons – Vocal Expression Through Ornamentation Part 1

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This is Part One of the series on singing with expression and using ornamentation with voice instructor Steve Childs. These clips are from one of the lessons at VirtualVoiceLessons.Net.

8 thoughts on “Singing Lessons – Vocal Expression Through Ornamentation Part 1

  1. adorablekitten191 says:

    he was even speaking expressivaly

  2. MultiMusicfan4life says:

    You are very knowledgeable but my only critique of this lesson is I would
    like for you to show us what you mean vocally. Without examples, it sounds
    like to me like you are droning on and on and it gets boring after awhile.
    I would like for you to show us what you mean by vocal examples i would
    feel like your lessons would be more enlightening instead of an English
    lesson. Sing to us vocally what is Vocal Expression through ornamentation
    not just give us a definition and your knowledge of it

  3. Caitlin 'Vinelle' O'Brien says:

    why does everything have to cost money!

  4. nilgun connolly says:

    Music theory is oh so important. These days most people have no patience,
    and want to just dive in. Thank you so much for your clear concise
    explanations on the theory that is involve with singing. With out it you
    will just remain aquainted with singing. I would much rather develope an
    great relationship with singing. Just like having a bestfriend. :). Keep up
    the good work man! instead of developing a best friend.

  5. very broad visualizer getting the picture of singing well right. :-)

  6. Aaliyah Davenport says:

    It’s all about enjoying what you do, whether you want to learn to sing your favourite songs or to pass a grade exam it’s so much more worthwhile if the student feels comfortable, motivated and stimulated.

  7. Omar Weaver says:

    Take one of these tone deafness exams and you’ll be one step closer to understanding what holds you again as a singer.

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