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Learn to sing with ease, joy, expression and mastery. Seven essential skills with exercises that really work!

(1) Introduction

  • 1: NIce to meet you! A little about me, you and what to expect in this course.
  • Lecture 2: The Three Core Principles
  • Lecture 3, Exercise 1: Learn and Practice Yum Yums
  • Lecture 4: Relaxation from the Shoulders Up.
  • Lecture 5: The Why and How of the Duh Exercise
  • Lecture 6: The Duh Exercise doing it!
  • Lecture 7 Everything you need to know about breath support, part one
  • Lecture 8 Everything you need to know about breath support, part two
  • Lecuture 9: Long tones as a way to experience good breath support
  • Lecture 10: Learn and practice the "onion" exercise together
  • Lecture 11: Where Projection and Volume Control Come From
  • Lecture 12: Learn and Practice the "zeeee" exercise
  • Lecture 13: Learn and Practice the "2-4-6-8-6-4-2" exercise
  • Lecture 14: What makes high notes special (and usually more difficult)
  • Lecture 15: What is vowel modification and how do I do it?
  • Lecture 16: The soft palate matters, where it is and how to sense it.
  • Lecture 17: Learn and practice the "zeeyamoo" exercise
  • Lecture 18: What the heck are registers? A demonstration of register changes.
  • Lecture 19: How registers work: Your jobs and your body's job!
  • Lecture 20: Learn and practice the "zee-va" exercise
  • Lecture 21: Tips for learning The Water is Wide
  • Lecture 22: Learn and Practice The Water is Wide (medium key)

(2) The One Big Key and Three Core Principles

  • 1: NIce to meet you! A little about me, you and what to expect in this course.
  • Lecture 2: The Three Core Principles
  • Lecture 3, Exercise 1: Learn and Practice Yum Yums
  • Lecture 4: Relaxation from the Shoulders Up.
  • Lecture 5: The Why and How of the Duh Exercise
  • Lecture 6: The Duh Exercise doing it!
  • Lecture 7 Everything you need to know about breath support, part one
  • Lecture 8 Everything you need to know about breath support, part two
  • Lecuture 9: Long tones as a way to experience good breath support
  • Lecture 10: Learn and practice the "onion" exercise together
  • Lecture 11: Where Projection and Volume Control Come From
  • Lecture 12: Learn and Practice the "zeeee" exercise
  • Lecture 13: Learn and Practice the "2-4-6-8-6-4-2" exercise
  • Lecture 14: What makes high notes special (and usually more difficult)
  • Lecture 15: What is vowel modification and how do I do it?
  • Lecture 16: The soft palate matters, where it is and how to sense it.
  • Lecture 17: Learn and practice the "zeeyamoo" exercise
  • Lecture 18: What the heck are registers? A demonstration of register changes.
  • Lecture 19: How registers work: Your jobs and your body's job!
  • Lecture 20: Learn and practice the "zee-va" exercise
  • Lecture 21: Tips for learning The Water is Wide
  • Lecture 22: Learn and Practice The Water is Wide (medium key)

(3) Core Skill #1: Relaxation from the Shoulders Up (using sensory awareness)

  • 1: NIce to meet you! A little about me, you and what to expect in this course.
  • Lecture 2: The Three Core Principles
  • Lecture 3, Exercise 1: Learn and Practice Yum Yums
  • Lecture 4: Relaxation from the Shoulders Up.
  • Lecture 5: The Why and How of the Duh Exercise
  • Lecture 6: The Duh Exercise doing it!
  • Lecture 7 Everything you need to know about breath support, part one
  • Lecture 8 Everything you need to know about breath support, part two
  • Lecuture 9: Long tones as a way to experience good breath support
  • Lecture 10: Learn and practice the "onion" exercise together
  • Lecture 11: Where Projection and Volume Control Come From
  • Lecture 12: Learn and Practice the "zeeee" exercise
  • Lecture 13: Learn and Practice the "2-4-6-8-6-4-2" exercise
  • Lecture 14: What makes high notes special (and usually more difficult)
  • Lecture 15: What is vowel modification and how do I do it?
  • Lecture 16: The soft palate matters, where it is and how to sense it.
  • Lecture 17: Learn and practice the "zeeyamoo" exercise
  • Lecture 18: What the heck are registers? A demonstration of register changes.
  • Lecture 19: How registers work: Your jobs and your body's job!
  • Lecture 20: Learn and practice the "zee-va" exercise
  • Lecture 21: Tips for learning The Water is Wide
  • Lecture 22: Learn and Practice The Water is Wide (medium key)

(4) Core Skill #2: Demystifying Breath Support

  • 1: NIce to meet you! A little about me, you and what to expect in this course.
  • Lecture 2: The Three Core Principles
  • Lecture 3, Exercise 1: Learn and Practice Yum Yums
  • Lecture 4: Relaxation from the Shoulders Up.
  • Lecture 5: The Why and How of the Duh Exercise
  • Lecture 6: The Duh Exercise doing it!
  • Lecture 7 Everything you need to know about breath support, part one
  • Lecture 8 Everything you need to know about breath support, part two
  • Lecuture 9: Long tones as a way to experience good breath support
  • Lecture 10: Learn and practice the "onion" exercise together
  • Lecture 11: Where Projection and Volume Control Come From
  • Lecture 12: Learn and Practice the "zeeee" exercise
  • Lecture 13: Learn and Practice the "2-4-6-8-6-4-2" exercise
  • Lecture 14: What makes high notes special (and usually more difficult)
  • Lecture 15: What is vowel modification and how do I do it?
  • Lecture 16: The soft palate matters, where it is and how to sense it.
  • Lecture 17: Learn and practice the "zeeyamoo" exercise
  • Lecture 18: What the heck are registers? A demonstration of register changes.
  • Lecture 19: How registers work: Your jobs and your body's job!
  • Lecture 20: Learn and practice the "zee-va" exercise
  • Lecture 21: Tips for learning The Water is Wide
  • Lecture 22: Learn and Practice The Water is Wide (medium key)

(5) Core Skill 3: Project with Ease: Where Resonance Comes From

  • 1: NIce to meet you! A little about me, you and what to expect in this course.
  • Lecture 2: The Three Core Principles
  • Lecture 3, Exercise 1: Learn and Practice Yum Yums
  • Lecture 4: Relaxation from the Shoulders Up.
  • Lecture 5: The Why and How of the Duh Exercise
  • Lecture 6: The Duh Exercise doing it!
  • Lecture 7 Everything you need to know about breath support, part one
  • Lecture 8 Everything you need to know about breath support, part two
  • Lecuture 9: Long tones as a way to experience good breath support
  • Lecture 10: Learn and practice the "onion" exercise together
  • Lecture 11: Where Projection and Volume Control Come From
  • Lecture 12: Learn and Practice the "zeeee" exercise
  • Lecture 13: Learn and Practice the "2-4-6-8-6-4-2" exercise
  • Lecture 14: What makes high notes special (and usually more difficult)
  • Lecture 15: What is vowel modification and how do I do it?
  • Lecture 16: The soft palate matters, where it is and how to sense it.
  • Lecture 17: Learn and practice the "zeeyamoo" exercise
  • Lecture 18: What the heck are registers? A demonstration of register changes.
  • Lecture 19: How registers work: Your jobs and your body's job!
  • Lecture 20: Learn and practice the "zee-va" exercise
  • Lecture 21: Tips for learning The Water is Wide
  • Lecture 22: Learn and Practice The Water is Wide (medium key)

(6) Core Skill 4: Tips for High Notes

  • 1: NIce to meet you! A little about me, you and what to expect in this course.
  • Lecture 2: The Three Core Principles
  • Lecture 3, Exercise 1: Learn and Practice Yum Yums
  • Lecture 4: Relaxation from the Shoulders Up.
  • Lecture 5: The Why and How of the Duh Exercise
  • Lecture 6: The Duh Exercise doing it!
  • Lecture 7 Everything you need to know about breath support, part one
  • Lecture 8 Everything you need to know about breath support, part two
  • Lecuture 9: Long tones as a way to experience good breath support
  • Lecture 10: Learn and practice the "onion" exercise together
  • Lecture 11: Where Projection and Volume Control Come From
  • Lecture 12: Learn and Practice the "zeeee" exercise
  • Lecture 13: Learn and Practice the "2-4-6-8-6-4-2" exercise
  • Lecture 14: What makes high notes special (and usually more difficult)
  • Lecture 15: What is vowel modification and how do I do it?
  • Lecture 16: The soft palate matters, where it is and how to sense it.
  • Lecture 17: Learn and practice the "zeeyamoo" exercise
  • Lecture 18: What the heck are registers? A demonstration of register changes.
  • Lecture 19: How registers work: Your jobs and your body's job!
  • Lecture 20: Learn and practice the "zee-va" exercise
  • Lecture 21: Tips for learning The Water is Wide
  • Lecture 22: Learn and Practice The Water is Wide (medium key)

(7) Core Skill 5: Managing Register Changes (chest voice and head voice)

  • 1: NIce to meet you! A little about me, you and what to expect in this course.
  • Lecture 2: The Three Core Principles
  • Lecture 3, Exercise 1: Learn and Practice Yum Yums
  • Lecture 4: Relaxation from the Shoulders Up.
  • Lecture 5: The Why and How of the Duh Exercise
  • Lecture 6: The Duh Exercise doing it!
  • Lecture 7 Everything you need to know about breath support, part one
  • Lecture 8 Everything you need to know about breath support, part two
  • Lecuture 9: Long tones as a way to experience good breath support
  • Lecture 10: Learn and practice the "onion" exercise together
  • Lecture 11: Where Projection and Volume Control Come From
  • Lecture 12: Learn and Practice the "zeeee" exercise
  • Lecture 13: Learn and Practice the "2-4-6-8-6-4-2" exercise
  • Lecture 14: What makes high notes special (and usually more difficult)
  • Lecture 15: What is vowel modification and how do I do it?
  • Lecture 16: The soft palate matters, where it is and how to sense it.
  • Lecture 17: Learn and practice the "zeeyamoo" exercise
  • Lecture 18: What the heck are registers? A demonstration of register changes.
  • Lecture 19: How registers work: Your jobs and your body's job!
  • Lecture 20: Learn and practice the "zee-va" exercise
  • Lecture 21: Tips for learning The Water is Wide
  • Lecture 22: Learn and Practice The Water is Wide (medium key)

(8) Putting it All Together: Tipsfor singing The Water is Wide

  • 1: NIce to meet you! A little about me, you and what to expect in this course.
  • Lecture 2: The Three Core Principles
  • Lecture 3, Exercise 1: Learn and Practice Yum Yums
  • Lecture 4: Relaxation from the Shoulders Up.
  • Lecture 5: The Why and How of the Duh Exercise
  • Lecture 6: The Duh Exercise doing it!
  • Lecture 7 Everything you need to know about breath support, part one
  • Lecture 8 Everything you need to know about breath support, part two
  • Lecuture 9: Long tones as a way to experience good breath support
  • Lecture 10: Learn and practice the "onion" exercise together
  • Lecture 11: Where Projection and Volume Control Come From
  • Lecture 12: Learn and Practice the "zeeee" exercise
  • Lecture 13: Learn and Practice the "2-4-6-8-6-4-2" exercise
  • Lecture 14: What makes high notes special (and usually more difficult)
  • Lecture 15: What is vowel modification and how do I do it?
  • Lecture 16: The soft palate matters, where it is and how to sense it.
  • Lecture 17: Learn and practice the "zeeyamoo" exercise
  • Lecture 18: What the heck are registers? A demonstration of register changes.
  • Lecture 19: How registers work: Your jobs and your body's job!
  • Lecture 20: Learn and practice the "zee-va" exercise
  • Lecture 21: Tips for learning The Water is Wide
  • Lecture 22: Learn and Practice The Water is Wide (medium key)

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