Phrasing for Singers – Lesson 1


Phrasing is one the best ways to create your own style as a singer, but it can also be difficult to master. First you need to have developed a good natural rhythm, have absolute control over your breathing and then you need to understand how to ‘push and pull’ notes in the music and be able to hear where the instrumentalists are at all times. 

So its for this reason that I’m going to break it down for you slowly into step by step lessons. Today’s lesson is all about where you breathe in order to keep your sentences flowing and to not ‘break the line’. Its a fun exercise and really valuable to learn no matter whether you’re into jazz singing or not.

Nicola x

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