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Vocal Essentials For The Pop Singer Bkcd
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Vocal Essentials For The Pop Singer Bkcd

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Book&cd
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger Danz, Teri

Price: $14.99

Catalog #00311934

UPC code: 884088456689

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

What seems like natural talent in a great singer is in reality a mixture of skill, training, and experience. This book is a complete guide to helping aspiring artists develop and manage their voice, learn solid techniques for successful pop singing, and improve their stage presence. It also provides an overview of music theory and reading, and indispensible tips for forging a singing career. Topics covered include: posture and breathing; vocal resonance and projection; vocal health and maintenance; various singing and musical styles; ear training; performing live and in the studio; working with microphones; and so much more! The accompanying CD includes a terrific set of warm-up exercises for daily use, as well as vocal and musical examples of each of the concepts presented.

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