Vocal Warm Up Exercise for Singing Lessons – Blues Scale in every key – music theory


Vocal Warm Up for – Blues Scale singing vocal exercises jazz scat.

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23 thoughts on “Vocal Warm Up Exercise for Singing Lessons – Blues Scale in every key – music theory”

  1. If the Root = Minor It can be thought of as: Chord I(min7) Chord IV(min7)
    Chord VII(dominant 7) Chord III(maj7) Chord V(dominant7)

  2. i have no music background, all this theory looks very intimidating. i’ve
    been playing the guitar for 7 years, i’m thinking of learning music theory.
    is it very hard? i looks very complicated

  3. Hi. The turning point for me was realising or appreciating what I call
    “naturally occuring triads” I think the proper name is “diatonically
    occuring triads”. I have a vid uploaded about “naturally occuring 7th
    chords”. As a guitarist learning that concept will be slightly different
    due to the way that each chord is visualized. I suggest you get a book or
    vid tutorial dvd that takes you from the beginning. It’s all about the
    complete mastery of the major scale. Good Luck!!

  4. This is a great excercise to do before a performance! Do you have anything
    just for true bass singers???

  5. Im 16 and been singing without training since i can remember. Im now having
    lessons once a week and shes been teaching me scales etc, its quiet easy
    really but can be difficult all you need really is have a paitent teacher
    lol. i’d recomend learning coz it really improves your skills. Hope this
    helps. x

  6. I wish I had this in audio so I can have it on my ipod to practice and warm
    up on the go great job I’ve been listening to all of them

  7. What kinda sounds do you make when practicing this singing? La-la-la-la-la?
    La-ga-la-ga-la? Mum-Mum-mum-mum-mum? Do-Re-Mi? What? Sorry, I dunno how to
    go about practicing this, I’m not used to doing these kinds of excersizes
    (I only just started training my voice)

  8. This is incredibly helpful! I have a voice audition coming up in which I
    have to sing a Blues scale and I really can’t play the piano so this is a
    life saver

  9. I have a theory that the piano in itself, as well as the standard guitar
    tuning with the odd major third between the B and G string makes
    understanding music theory harder that it ought to be. The piano having
    black keys instead of of only white keys makes it easy to play in the key
    of C, but the irregularities should make understanding scales harder. I
    think teaching someone music theory with an instrument with only perfect
    fourths would be optimal for understanding.

  10. Mary Jane Leland

    i agree – a tad slower tempo would be good. it’s hard to get the first
    note of the new scale when it goes up. duh, sorry.

  11. Her ability to teach singing with a strong understanding on where and how sound is made and formed is a fantastic skill and I am enjoying the lessons with her immensely.

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