How to sing without running out of breath

How to sing without running out of breath

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The song Angels we have heard on high is a bit of a killer when it comes to the chorus “Glo——oria” seems to go on forever! How do you sing that line without running out of breath? In this video I take you through effective breathing technique for this song which will help you not run out of breath and keep your pitching of the notes.

40 thoughts on “How to sing without running out of breath”

  1. Love your channel my friend also wanted to know what the trophies are from
    on the left corner high shelve? These are very helpful lessons thank you so
    much I’ve been practicing “Girl on Fire” by Alicia Keys

  2. The Songbird Tree Kerri Ho

    Thank you! Lol, the trophies are actually from my piano competitions and
    concerts as a child growing up doing piano lessons. Good luck with “Girl on
    Fire”!

  3. Charlotte Wright

    I understand what you’re saying by shallow breathing; but find it very hard
    to control my muscles and take breathes in depth. Is this something that
    gets better over time with practice?

  4. kallíballí mó

    OMG !!!! I LOVE YOU thank you so much you are a great teacher and i love
    your videos i recently just started a singing school this year and i have
    learned so much like that i have 4 octave and before i started i didn’t
    even know what head voice and chest voice was only just that i can sing but
    we’re on summer vacation now and i am not sure how to keep my voice in
    training but your videos help a lot could you maybe do a video on how to
    keep your voice in training and how to take good care of it?

  5. The Songbird Tree Kerri Ho

    Thank you for your kind comments really appreciate them. Yes, will take
    your ideas for videos into consideration for a possible future video.

  6. The Songbird Tree Kerri Ho

    Hi, Salome. I’m thrilled to hear that you started singing this school year.
    Wow! Learn all you can from that one, ok? For now, I have noted your
    request on video on how to keep voice in training and how to take good care
    of it for possible future video idea. Thanks.

  7. Very, very helpful. You are clearly talented when it comes to singing
    instruction (and singing yourself). On a side note, you are very charming
    and attractive. Thank you.

  8. Miranda Groenendijk

    Hi Kerri, I just watched your video, thanks a lot. I have a question. When
    I sing Umbrella (Rihanna) the time between the sentances in the refrein is
    too short to take a deep breathe (like you explained in your video). Could
    you give me some advice about how to deal with that? Thanks in advance,
    Miranda Groenendijk (Holland). 

  9. Kevin Richards Rock the Stage NYC

    word to the public – DO NOT breath in through your mouth as shown here.
    Through the nose is the correct way to inhale – it’s how your were born
    only knowing how to breathe. Mouth breathing is bad for two reasons – 1. it
    creates a shallow breathe and 2. it dries out the mouth.

    Nose breathing is a direct path to the lungs bypassing the mouth. It also
    warms and moistens the breath as it enters the body.

  10. Jazz Experience

    I’ve been watching to youtube every Breathing techniques and some other
    tutorials said, Breathe through your Mouth, and some other saids, Breathe
    through your nose….??? Srsly what???????? Help me out here….

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