How to sing with more flow: treat your consonants as unimportant

Three tricks to make sure your consonants get less in the way of good airflow while singing.

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13 thoughts on “How to sing with more flow: treat your consonants as unimportant”

  1. RomeoIndiaCharlie

    I used to be in a choir as a boy then my voice broke as it all went down hill. It’s so frustrating that I could sing in tune with ease once. Now I sound like an out of tune fog horn.:'( . Would you analyse a Barbara Streisand song? There is no greater female singer imho.

  2. Cool video. Conversely, there are times in pop songs and standards where a “tongue” consonant will used between words in order to emphasize rhythm in a lyric. An example is the line out of “Only You” as recorded by The Platters, where the lead vocalist sings “Only you…. can-duh-make..my dreams come true”.

  3. “Own lee fooolss Russian..” ;0 First, they steal the election, now they’re stealing your videos!
    Seriously, I just love this stuff. You make it look easy (breath control is not easy).

  4. Hello Linor, would you please listen to a song?
    Stabat Mater Dolorosa, sung by 2 Symphonic Metal singers. Both are Dutch and the concert was in Eindhoven with a complete orchestra. In my opinion, it sounds very good. Would like to hear your opinion about it. Maybe you are as surprised as I am. Here is the link: Epica Stabat Mater Dolorosa feat. Floor Jansen Thank you.

  5. Linor, Dimash sang a new song “Ogni Pietra” at the opening ceremony of the European Games. It was written specifically for Dimash by Russian composer Igor Krutoy for the occasion. Even if you don’t react, you need to hear this…. Italian opera!!

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