6 thoughts on “ITM Alexander Technique: Singing lesson”

  1. Alexander Massey

    One of the most significant features of this demo is that the singer jerks
    her chin up and forward on the inhalation. The constrictor muscles pull on
    the larynx, impairing phonation (ease of making the note), and resonance,
    as well as tightening the masseter (biting muscle). The teacher seems not
    to notice this at all. The damage is done before the singer even makes a
    sound!

  2. @voicewisdom Excellent observation! But are these two the only muscles that
    are working too much? Could you perhaps list ALL the muscles which the
    singer uses too much in order to sing? And could you also share your
    assessment of the relative amount of the sum total of additional and
    unnecessary muscular effort that this student creates before and after the
    hands-on part of her lesson?

  3. If you wish to be taught to sing severely, appoint knowledgeable vocal trainer who can educate you how one can control your breath, support your tone, correct posture, singing strategies and the way to stay on pitch.

  4. To sing imagine that the whole lot in your voice is to talk louder to project your voice is to develop it by inhaling and exhaling properly.

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