Concone If you have ever studied classical singing, it is possible that you are familiar with the Concone books of solfeggi. The most famous of these books is Opus 9: Fifty Lessons. Giuseppe Concone was born in 1810 in the city of Turin. He had his musical education in his home town, where he continued […]
Learning how to sing beautifully is a matter of practice, commitment, right approach and talent. While it’s true that you don’t have control over how much talent you were born with, you have control over how you use the talent that you DO have. It is possible for you to learn how to sing beautifully through training […]
Better Singing With Vocalises — Étude is a French word, meaning “study.” Most études are short musical compositions which present the musician with specific technical challenges, the mastery of which develop the particular skills for which the étude was composed. It is common for great instrumentalists to include playing études in their daily practice. In vocal music, an étude […]
Great Performances: Victoria de los Angeles Sings Mozart Considered one of, if not the finest of all of Mozart’s concert arias. De los Angeles arguably exhibited one of the most balanced voices of her generation, but it was her musical artistry that kept everyone coming back to listen.
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Discovering The Art of the Vocal Line Singers and visual artists alike often refer to the concept of “line” when discussing their art. It makes perfect sense why this term crosses over from one discipline to the other. Let’s look at a few ways in which the notion of line has similarities in both drawing […]