Singing is the controlled emission of sounds from the human sounding apparatus (Voice), following a musical composition, it occupies an important place within music, since it allows the incorporation of text into the work.
There are different singing techniques that are applied depending on the musical style in which it is sung. In the opera, whose base comes from the motto (reciting by singing) the technique of lyrical singing is applied (bel canto refers to the romantic style of Italian opera, from 1800-1900), while in popular singing the pattern is achieve a sound similar to that of the spoken voice.
Among the different vocal techniques, the Italian, German, North American and English techniques stand out.
Training of opera, musical or concert singers is required around 3 years. To study singing, an admission test and a vocal diagnosis are essential, and in many choral groups it is not necessary to study Solfeggio formally.
In popular music, the singer was initially formed through practical experience. However, today several music schools and universities around the world offer specialized programs in Jazz and popular music. In the last decades, several authors have published books that expose knowledge of vocal technique applied to popular music, as well as there are different coaches or teachers who are dedicated to instructing singers specifically in singing and / or popular music.
The larynx, commonly called the throat, was the first musical instrument that humanity made use of. Ancient cultures had discovered this instrument and believed that singing and music had been created by the gods. The art of singing was developed by all peoples.
In Babylon, there were large groups of musically disciplined singers. The music was voluptuous, a luxury item for parties, unworthy for priests and prayers.
Description virtual classroom.
Our students will have a virtual classroom to support our training, where they will find the following sub categories:
- Classical Ballet theory pdf.
- Tutorial videos.
- Dance history
- Featured ballet and dance characters.
- Virtual classes.
- Annual study plan.