Singing

Oct. 23rd, 2006 02:29 pm
Over the weekend, [livejournal.com profile] midnightmelody decided to teach me to sing. It was interesting - the first realisation was that I tend to drift sharp and start on a new key with each new phrase. The second was that I apparently have a very clear idea of where a third is (two white notes away in non-technical terms), although am not so good at seconds or fourths. The third and most interesting is that one of the major reasons I normally don't sound good when singing is that I've been trying to sing the wrong part - I've been singing in the tenor range, and I'm actually either a baritone or a bass (I don't have enough experience to tell). And now I've tried singing in my actual range, I can hear why my singing sounds bad to other people (although it still doesn't sound the same to me as it would to someone else). And can at last start to correct myself when I go off key.

Anyway, thank you [livejournal.com profile] midnightmelody for the lesson and [livejournal.com profile] arkady for being the only other person I can think of who has told me I can sing.

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