Posted by on Dec 28, 2010 in Sing15: Will's Year | No Comments

Sudbury, Massachusetts — I walk into the woodshop, my studio away from home here at my brother’s house. He is working at his desk on the other side of the wall.

I notice immediately how sheepishly I am singing, automatically conscious of being heard by someone who’s opinion I care about.

This has me come back to sensation, a shift that has become very familiar in this practice. When the head gets too dominant, locate vibration in the body and continue from there.

I sing inside a closed mouth with puffed cheeks, a micro concert shell.

I feel my lips buzzing and start popping my mouth open and closed, hearing the sound of the lips along with the sound of the voice.

dec 28 sounds like this

Leave a Reply