Exercises Return to welcome
| Remember, "a little too little is better
than a little too much". When practicing, whether it be vocalizing,
breathing, or just singing songs, stop when you begin to feel tired. Just as in
any other athletic endeavor, It is very easy to over do. When it comes to vocal
NO PAIN, NO GAIN IS NOT good.
Some of these exercises may seem rather strange in the beginning. The great tenor, Pavarotti, said If anyone had watched him take a voice lessons they might have thought both he and his voice teacher were crazy. However, what we do is no more crazy than a bunch of football players running through a double row of tires to improve their balance.
Again, Don't hesitate to call me with any questions you may have about these exercises. My number is 970 667 7593 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.The video exercises require the Windows Media Player. Click below for the different exercises. All of the videos have been taken with a web cam. These little cameras are amazingly good. I have had to convert some files from avi files to wmv files resulting in a few being a little fuzzy. However, they do the job.
Before you start on any vocal exercises listen to the support discussion. first work the "Into the Back" exercise in "Breathing Exercises" for a few minutes. Then do the Chest Voice exercises Group One. This will help you wake up your body.
As you work the exercises and become familiar with this DVD, you should work back and forth between the various exercises groups.
Be sure to right click to download
Breathing and Support
Chest Voice Exercises
For Tenors Only