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Singing And Dementia

Singing And Dementia The following is taken from a booklet from Canterbury Christ Church University, Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health. Download their booklet here   Singing, Wellbeing and Health: context, evidence and practice Trish Vella-Burrows Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health   Introduction Aims of this guide This […]
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Can A Singing Teacher To The Stars Cure Our Critic’s Tuneless Warble

Can a singing teacher to the stars cure our critic’s tuneless warble? Article from The Times Newspaper Ross Campbell, a professor of singing at the Royal Academy who trains the best of the best, took on his hardest challenge yet: pop writer Will Hodgkinson. There is one person in this world who thinks I have a fantastic singing voice: […]
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Christmas Stocking Fillers

Christmas Stocking Fillers   For more information on Clarity, click the link below:   For more information on Vocalzone Throat Pastilles, click on the link below:  
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World Voice Day

World Voice Day   Celebrate World Voice Day April 16th The idea is to celebrate healthy voices and highlight the importance of the voice at work and in society and to share voice science, pedagogy and the vocal arts as an application of all the above mentioned areas with the public and with funding bodies […]

Best of the Top British Music Backing Tracks

The Best Of British Music – a collection of Backing Tracks by top British Artists – Let It Be – The Beatles – Brown Sugar – The Rolling Stones – My Generation – The Who – Candle In The Wind – Elton John – Baker Street – Gerry Rafferty – Fields Of Gold – Sting […]

Singing Articles

A collection of newspaper articles related to singing: Singing is good for you http://heartresearch.org.uk/fundraising/singing-good-you Not only is singing a great way to raise money, research shows that it’s also good for your heart. Professor Graham Welch, Chair of Music Education at the Institute of Education, University of London, has studied developmental and medical aspects of […]
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