In this video, Timothy introduces the concepts of warming up the vocals for a chorus like you would any instrument and starts with posture.
Timothy continues preparation for the vocals with the focus on breathing.
Here, phonation is introduced and explained as to how it relates to the vocal folds (vocal cords).
The explanation and lecture on phonation continues.
One of the biggest components of good vocals, resonance, is discussed.
With the previous concepts in mind, Timothy goes over blending them.
In this video, everything is put together to get ready to sing.
Here, Timothy discusses some of the more esoteric details of a chorus.
This video goes over the medical health of the voice.
And in this final video, the anatomy of the voice is looked at as well as a conversation with a vocalogist.
Tim Seelig has wowed music educators and choral directors with his entertaining, yet practical approach to vocal choir warmup exercises. Whether you’re in a choir or a solo singer, these exercises will get your voice ready for your next gig or performance!
From the basic building block of breath to the final bow in the concert, over 50 warm-ups are visually brought to life through choral demonstrations. Regardless of the kind of music you sing, The Perfect Blend warm up exercises will get you ready for your next gig, performance or studio session. Check out “The Perfect Blend” today!
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