I want to talk about coping with your asthma while singing through four questions:
Can I sing with asthma?
Can I sing in a choir with asthma?
How can asthma medication impact my voice?
How can I cope with my asthma during singing?
When we speak we hardly ever think of the length of the words we say. We just say them and usually they’re short.
When we sing this is so different: notes can be very long. In this explanation I will give you tips on how to sing long notes without pressing them. I will give you a technical and a musical path. Both paths reinforce each other.
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In this blog Boukje looks at unique voice colours. There is not one voice the most beautiful in the world and some voices are hated by some and loved by more.