No

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No

My singing starts out a dark fiery red, rage. The fuel is plentiful and lasts for the whole 15 minutes.

Sighs

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Sighs

I explore the transition from no effort to effort, extending some of the sighs, letting them move up and down a bit, adding an m here or an n there to add propulsion.

Singland

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Singland

The land of vowels is expansive and alluring, rewarding. Each has a different general flavor and a million variations.

Stretchelhorn

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Stretchelhorn

I bend forward toward the floor and the sound pours into my head, producing a muted flugelhorn, Ethel Merman in a metal box.

I start here

Posted by on Sep 18, 2010 in Sing15: Will's Year | No Comments
I start here

Today is the first day of this year, this year being the year of my opening into 15 minutes of singing every day.

About Sing15

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About Sing15

This practice is for anybody with a voice; chances are, that includes you. And when I say “sing,” I really mean make music with your voice, whatever happens to want to come out today. It may be songs you know, but more likely it’s a whole range of sounds you discover along the way.

Are you a singer? Read before answering.

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Are you a singer? Read before answering.

Now, if you have a concern that you aren’t a singer, let’s put this one to rest right here. You are most definitely a singer.

The basic Sing15 practice

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The basic Sing15 practice

Ready to get started with your Sing 15 practice? It’s pretty simple and here are the basics.