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Goal – learning about     vocal anatomy                  Why?    How could it benefit your singing?              3 Reasons...
Chip Jenkins I coach talented singer- songwriters, X-Factorcontestants and Singing Students at the British     Institute o...
Practise DiaryWhy is there so much confusion about the                 voice?       How can you find out more?     3 thing...
Warm Ups    (remember you never know which ones might be             useful in the assessment…)       Head Neck & Shoulde...
Vocal Anatomy
A voice in action Watch the vocal folds open & closehttp://homepage.mac.com/changcy/      voice/1normal/glide.mov
A voice in action
Building a       Larynx   How does it move?How does it affect the vocal          folds  How does this relate to      your ...
Goal – Week 21. Download & print off your larynx – bring it with you for   next week. Ready for next class when we will bu...
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Vocal Anatomy

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From my lessons at the Brighton Institute of Modern Music. Here is a powerpoint about vocal anatomy.

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  1. 1. Goal – learning about vocal anatomy Why? How could it benefit your singing? 3 Reasons…http://www.brightonsinginglessons.co.uk
  2. 2. Chip Jenkins I coach talented singer- songwriters, X-Factorcontestants and Singing Students at the British Institute of Modern Music &Chichester University. http://www.brightonsinginglessons.co.uk
  3. 3. Practise DiaryWhy is there so much confusion about the voice? How can you find out more? 3 things you can do this week…
  4. 4. Warm Ups (remember you never know which ones might be useful in the assessment…) Head Neck & Shoulders PschtDrinking up through the straws exercisePapa’s Got a Head like a Ping Pong Ball Sirens on “NG”
  5. 5. Vocal Anatomy
  6. 6. A voice in action Watch the vocal folds open & closehttp://homepage.mac.com/changcy/ voice/1normal/glide.mov
  7. 7. A voice in action
  8. 8. Building a Larynx How does it move?How does it affect the vocal folds How does this relate to your singing?
  9. 9. Goal – Week 21. Download & print off your larynx – bring it with you for next week. Ready for next class when we will build a larynx. 2. Bring an elastic band3. Look up the free resources page for loads of important information about everything from vocal nodules, music transposition, a free metronome & other useful music & singing information. http://www.brightonsinginglessons.co.uk
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