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Scales and Exercises

Learn To Sing with Successful Singing. We have put together a large collection of Breathing Exercises and Vocal Scales to help improve your voice

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Find Your Vocal Range

How To Find Your Vocal Range Every singer would like to know what their voice type is.  Try our easy to use video to help you discover what range you sing in. Simply hum or sing ‘la’ along to each note that you can comfortably sing. On screen you will see a code appear each time […]

Vaccai Vocal Exercises

Vaccai Vocal Exercises – Vocalises Practical Method of Italian Singing. The Vaccai Practical Method of Italian Singing has long been an indispensable introduction to classical singing and singing in Italian.  Rather than using scales and exercises, Vaccai uses a series of short songs each highlighting a particular skill and aspect of classical singing. About Nicola […]
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Lutgen Vocalises – Vocal Exercises

Lutgen Vocalises – Vocal Exercises The aim of these vocalises is to render the voice sufficiently flexible and mellow to execute easily and elegantly the colorature and embellishments found in the works of our great composers. They are intended to be, for the singer, what Czerny’s School of Velocity is for the pianist. Proceeding from […]
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Singing With Emotion

Singing With Emotion Use our free vocal exercise to to help you discover singing with different emotions. What Shall We Do With A Drunken Sailor is such a well-known song, and it is incredibly wordy, which is great for warming up lips and facial muscles. Also it is an easy song to sing when you […]
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5th & 9th Scale – Free Singing Lessons

      This scale works on the agility of your vocal cords.  Your voice may well feel tired at first, but persevere.  It will become easier over time. Again using the same consonant/vowel combination of La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, (keychange) Leh, leh, leh, leh, leh, leh, leh, leh,leh Law, […]
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5th & 11th Scale Free Voice Training

    This scale starts working on the agility of your vocal cords.  You’re voice may well feel tired at first, but persevere.  It will become easier over time. Again using the same consonant/vowel combination of La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, (keychange) Leh, leh, leh, leh, leh, leh, leh, leh,leh Law, […]
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