types-of-singing (5)

Throat Singing:

The Artic region includes the Inuit, who are known for their throat singing. Their music is simple and has narrow ranged melodies, declamatory effects, and the use of box drums. Originally, Inuit throat singing was a form of entertainment among Inuit women while the men…

Sight Singing:

When singers sight read, it is often called sight singing. Sight Reading and Singing are the terms used for the ability to read and sing a piece of music previously unseen and unrehearsed. Relating the look of the notes on a score into their recognized…

Learn to sing Karaoke

Karaoke apparently first appeared in the amusement quarter of Kobe, Japan, where it became popular among businessmen in the late 1970s. It gained widespread popularity in the U.S. in the late 1980s. It is usually featured at bars, where patrons can perform on a stage…

Children Singing:

-Singing is a gymnasium for a child’s body and soul. -Singing works deeply into children’s physiology: deepening breath and heart rate, altering brain wave patterns and strengthening the immune system. -It also releases endorphins, the body’s pleasure hormones, into the brain and body. -Singing also…

Singing:

Singing is an inbuilt part of the human mind and soul. For countless years the acts of singing has been at the forefront of art, religion, social changes and of course love. We all have a desire to let flow with a burst of air…