Learn How to Sing – Geetham – Carnatic Vocal – Basic Lessons for Beginners – S. Sowmya



Carnatic music has a very ancient and traditional background. The very word “Carnatic” means traditional or ancient. However, the application of the term Carnatic to this form of music is more recent than the music itself! Here we discuss the elements of change and continuity in this traditional form of classical music in India. Carnatic music is a melody-based system.

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How to Sing HIGHER with BETTER TONE: Voice Lesson #1



This video is all about the SOFT PALATE, and how keeping it lifted when you sing improves your ability to reach those high notes AND develop more beautiful singing tone.

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Stick around for an EXERCISE at 4:10 and STYLE EXAMPLES at 5:17, including “I’m Not the Only One” (Sam Smith), “Caro Mio Ben” (Giuseppe Giordani), and “Dream a Little Dream of Me” (Ella Fitgerald).

TIPS to lift the soft palate and keep it lifted include (1) Maintaining a pre-yawn position, (2) Lifting the cheeks & brows, (3) Inhaling as if you’re smelling something yummy, (4) Opening the eyes, (5) Imagining the ears are widening/spreading apart.

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