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    Singing

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    SINGING Singing, to me, is not just a hobby. It is a lifestyle and it is also what I enjoy most. To the uneducated eye, singing appears to be a simple process. However, that thought is far from accurate. There are several reasons that have prompted me to become the singer and performer I am today. Many of which are attributed to the beauty of vocal technique and a desire to learn more about the internal instrument that I am so lucky to possess. If one is to ask any singer or teacher of voice

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    The Benefits Of Singing

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    possible to make a name for yourself. Usually the cause of failure for trying to achieve a thriving singing career is due to the fact that some people don’t do the correct research. Most just aim for a luck of the draw sort of scenario. Yes, you may do your research, get the correct schooling and never succeed but you’ll be more likely to go farther knowing how to go about achieving your goals. Singing is the skill of making musical sounds with your voice rather than an instrument (“Get” para. 2). To

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    America Singing

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    Written in the 1860s, I Hear America Singing, by the American poet, Walt Whitman describes the Song of America. This classic poem glows with Whitman’s optimistic view of the American dream that appears in many of his poems. Though life in the 21st century is very different from that of the 1800s, the principles embodied in Whitman’s free-verse poem still apply to our country. Whitman’s poem was the embodiment of the American dream, the idea that you could achieve success and happiness no matter

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    Singing in the Rain

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    The hit musical "Singin' in the Rain" may possibly be one of if not the greatest musicals of all time. With it's tale of the film world of the mid 1920's and its creative underlining love story between Don Lockwood (Gene Kelly) and Kathy Selden (Debbie Reynolds), it provokes the interest of someone who would not generally be attracted to a musical. It is a classic masterpiece that set the standards that musical films of today will be judged by. It is a classic performance by the great Gene Kelly

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    Quality Of Singing Essay

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    of USA College students know some aspects about singing, but do they know what all goes into singing? For some people, singing is more than a hobby; it is their way of living. So, if the vocalists do not follow certain rules, the vocalist’s singing voice could be damage. Readers should know the quality of singing, but the readers should know people’s misconceptions about singing as well. To be a singer he or she must follow certain rules to singing and this will make his or her sing voice last longer

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    My Passion for Singing

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    nothing helps me more than singing. My passion for singing comes from deep within my soul, mind and heart. When I sing, I sing with all of me, putting everything I can into it. I have always had a great passion for singing, ever since I was young. Although I am shy and still get nervous and shaky in front of others, in my own time, singing is my cigarette, my alcoholic drink, my escape from all the anger and the pain. From the time that I could speak my first words, I was singing. I loved to go in the

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    An Analysis of “Singing to Wolves” The poem,  “Singing to Wolves” is a modern poem,  that tries to explain to the reader how wonderful solitude is,  but also considers it’s negative side,  with the example of a lonely girl.  The poem starts off with a brief encounter into the history of Wales,  and talks about the Llanthony monks,  who the reader is told were unloved by the Welsh,  and thus driven to a lonely life in the wilderness.  By reading this poem,  it seems as though being unloved is a

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    Essay About Singing

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    Singing         There are different types of singing and voices like Soprano,Alto,Tenor and base and many more. There are no genes about singing but some people have creativity for singing. For singing you can experience a lot from nature & nurture by practicing and singing in a choir. My talent for this essay is about singing and how it connects with nature and nurture.The singing voice is the root from which the opera has sprouted and grown...the form of the opera arises from the voice; it becomes

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    My Future Singing Career

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    First of all, I chose this profession because singing is my passion; I have sung since I was little. Some of the greatest singers have been classically trained, with years of voice lessons and practice. One such singer is Maria Callas, a well-known and revered artist. Plus, according to some experts, humans have sung before they learned to speak. Singers need to communicate effectively, reason and problem solve, manage oneself, people, time, and things, and be able to work with people. The equipment

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    Bel Canto Singing Style

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    While the term “bel canto” is a rather loose term, Celletti’s words seem to sum up what bel canto was generally about. The Italian term translated to “beautiful singing,” developed in the late seventeenth century, where it became a technique used to create a beautiful sound as opposed to the imitation of instruments by the voice. It was also intended to set virtuoso singers apart from amateur and choral singers, which resulted in a new kind of vocal expression. Giulio Caccini, a member of the Florentine

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