The Golden Rule Of Opera Singing: Keep A Low Larynx – How To Sing Opera – Operatic Technique

How To Sing Opera – Operatic Technique – Keeping A Low Larynx

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2 thoughts on “The Golden Rule Of Opera Singing: Keep A Low Larynx – How To Sing Opera – Operatic Technique”

  1. Clayton Cummings

    Singing also improves the muscle tone of your rib cage, and in your again and abdominals (belly and decrease), as a result of these muscle groups are concerned in controlling the outflow of air and stabilizing the larynx as you sing.

  2. Contrabass: If you can sing G1 or lower, you are what’s known as a sub-bass, contrabass, or a basso profundo.

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