Good Vibrations – Another Group Lesson Experience

This week’s group lesson, 7-13-13 at 10:00 Colonial Church in Edina, will focus on phonation.  If you don’t understand that term, that’s ok.  Phonation is when your vocal folds, or vocal “chords” as you may know them, begin to vibrate and create sound.  Building off of last group lesson, we will discuss how breath and awareness of the phonation process can aid the overall activity of singing.  (If you were not able to come last time that’s fine) First we’ll dissect it into it’s fundamental components and then experience it as it relates to choral/ensemble singing.  There’ll be lots of phonating, some discussion and an opportunity to talk through what you’ve experienced.  Perhaps we’ll discuss the Beach Boys’ approach to phonation. 🙂

If you’ve never heard of my group lessons, click here for more info.

Again, please RSVP.  Email me at n.p.bird@gmail.com to let me know.  

This is a free group lesson experience, but any contribution is appreciated.

2 Comments

  1. Hi there just wanted to give you a quick heads up and let you know a few of
    the pictures aren’t loading correctly. I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue.
    I’ve tried it in two different browsers and both show the same outcome.

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    1. Thanks Raymon. There were intentionally no pictures uploaded for the particular post on which you commented. If you were referring to problems elsewhere, let me know! Thanks for the feedback.

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