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xybender created a new topic "The way you look tonight" by student vocalist in the forums.
Dear Coaches,

I've been studying lessons from beginning to advance from Totallyvocals.com for over 5 months (many many thanks!!). I was able to extend my range from baritone to include bass and tenor (tenor high E with vibrato).

I'm learning "The way you look tonight" to sing at weddings. Below is the link to the recording - it's inspired from Michael Buble's arrangement:

youtu.be/xGj6JJ40EMw

Need help:
1. Tone consistency: My new developed range still sounds like 3 different persons, bass, baritone, and tenor. What should I do beside sirens and exercises? Any stylistic songs that could help?
2. Song interpretation: Does intonation and sound narrative make sense?
3. At 1:10 -1:12 into the video ("but to love you"). The word 'love' has a changing 'embouchure' coordination - from chest resonance to mouth resonance - Can this work?
M. Buble did something else: just a chest vibrato and resonance in his video (also at 1:10):

Buble video on Youtube: youtube.com/watch?v=ihLsRlLfLeo

Many thanks
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343 days ago
kunena.post
xybender created a new topic The way you look tonight - Student vocalist in the forums.
Dear Coaches,

I've been studying lessons from beginning to advance from Totallyvocals.com for over 5 months (many many thanks!!). I was able to extend my range from baritone to include bass and tenor (tenor high E with vibrato).

I'm learning "The way you look tonight" to sing at weddings. Below is the link to the recording - it's inspired from Michael Buble's arrangement:

youtu.be/xGj6JJ40EMw

Need help:
1. Tone consistency: My new developed range still sounds like 3 different persons, bass, baritone, and tenor. What should I do beside sirens and exercises? Any stylistic songs that could help?
2. Song interpretation: Does intonation and sound narrative make sense?
3. At 1:10 -1:12 into the video ("but to love you"). The word 'love' has a changing 'embouchure' coordination - from chest resonance to mouth resonance - Can this work?
M. Buble did something else: just a chest vibrato and resonance in his video (also at 1:10):

Many thanks
xybender
Read More...
343 days ago