Tongue Placement in Singing – Vocal Lesson / Rock the Stage NYC

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Tongue Placement in Singing – Vocal Lesson / Rock the Stage NYC

Ken Tamplin Tongue: 1:33
Exercise example: 4:25

” Where should my tongue be when I’m singing ” is a common question I get a lot, so here’s a video on how your tongue should behave when singing and how tame a wild tongue that moves or slides back into your mouth.

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12 thoughts on “Tongue Placement in Singing – Vocal Lesson / Rock the Stage NYC

  1. Jonas Finn Larsson says:

    yes you are right. It is hard to get the concaved tongue feel natural. Your
    way of explaining was very good. Thank you

  2. Luke Warren says:

    Hey Kevin, Luke here. Just wondered if you can tell whether my tongue is in
    the right place when I sing?


  3. Fernando Herrera says:

    good! don’t like the lizard tongue either.

  4. John Smith says:

    Could you please post a link showing Tamplin teaching beginners to raise
    the tongue?

  5. Gainzilla says:

    Thanks, Kevin! Excellent as always. Check this out: MRI vdeo of an opera
    singer shows exactly what his tongue is doing. He’s a baritone, so maybe
    not a fair comparison? Anyway, cheers!


  6. Vulture Culture says:

    Great video Kevin! Was working on trying to figure this out today,
    especially after watching Ken’s tongue video lol.

  7. Kelvin Robertson says:

    Katie Agresta gets her students to hold the tongue forward with a paper
    towel when doing exercises.

  8. Bek Coddington says:

    HHHHHOOOOOOOWWWW do you sing a gliding melody on a held EE or EH sound? I
    find I can pitch a sustained EE sound without unwanted tension/neutral
    tongue position, but when I manipulate things perhaps out of habit, its
    VERY difficult to get further up or down in pitch melodically on a held EE
    note without vocal tension?? Proper breath management helps quite a bit,
    but it’s much trickier than other vowels.

  9. Hey, Kevin! When I’m singing with my tongue sticking out my voice is
    becoming hoarse, so I have to cough to get it back to normal. Never happens
    when singing with tongue in it’s usual position. Why can that happen?

  10. That was basically a combination of finding out what works best for me, in terms of both warm-ups and in terms of what stuff I sing well, and also in terms of confidence.

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