Sing together - Easy steps for good harmony

Niklas Kleberg, Teacher, Musician and tech-savvy

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14 Lessons (40m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:30
    • 2. Stretching and warm up exercises

      3:44
    • 3. Exercise: Get in touch with your diaphragm

      1:27
    • 4. Singing exercise: Glissando

      1:38
    • 5. Singing exercise: Staccato

      4:19
    • 6. Singing exercise: Articulation

      1:58
    • 7. Good posture for better tone and technique

      1:28
    • 8. Singing exercise: Start to sing in unison

      2:43
    • 9. Singing exercise: Three note harmony

      2:37
    • 10. Singing exercise: Put some feelings on it

      3:11
    • 11. Tips for a good practice session with a choir

      1:40
    • 12. Project introduction

      2:09
    • 13. The Project

      9:00
    • 14. In conclusion

      1:07

About This Class

After taking this class, you'll be equipped with several exercises that will help your choir/group or yourself to expand your vocal range, tone and harmony when singing together.

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In this video I will show you exercises regarding:

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  • Getting in touch with your diaphragm
  • Relaxing your body for better singing posture and tone
  • Legato exercises
  • Staccato exercises
  • Articulation exercises
  • Start to sing in unison
  • Three note harmony
  • Good atmosphere in your group dynamics. Its important to have fun together!

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I will help you to find your unison tone, work on group harmony and also give you tips and tricks that all choir conductors should have in there knowledge base.

 

I will also share and show you an easy song for your project that you can take with you to your group. We will also briefly talk about how to approach a new song and how to make a shy choir sing more strongly together.

 

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Notes, tips and sheet music for song will be included for you to download, but you don´t have to know how to read musical notation to take this course. Musical examples and recordings will help you on your way to becoming an awesome choir member or conductor!