Vocalise Low Voice

The Vocalise is basically a “song without words”. These melodies have been used by singing teachers for over two hundred years. Because the vocalise is sung to a vowel of choice, it allows the singer to work on technique, on breathing and support, and intonation, without the added complication of words or consonants. Sing to a vowel, and once the melodies are established, try singing to a variety of vowels, changing throughout the piece. If you can roll “r” ( some singers can not), use the rolled “r” sound as well. There are notes on posture, breathing and support, and on the use of the rolled “r” in the blog section of this site. These vocalises are a lower tessitura overall than those for high voice.

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