Belting by : Jeannie Gagne
Belting is a strong way of big singing that has become very popular in contemporary styles. It is heard in everything from rock to hip-hop to pop to musical theater to the plethora of award shows. However; not only is there much confusion and misinformation about how to belt well; if done poorly belting can actually damage the voice. Numerous famous singers have belted their way to injury or even lost their voices; sometimes permanently. Many voice teachers believe (incorrectly) that belting is simply bad; physically and aesthetically. So; singing students are getting mixed messages. They hear their favorite artists belt-singing throughout their favorite music; yet the resources teaching healthy belting techniques are few and far between. Belting for the Contemporary Singer seeks to remedy the situation. The fact is; belting can be done well and without causing injury. This book presents the facts about belting; what approaches work and which to avoid. Its online video and audio demonstrate good techniques and exercises.
| Media ||Softcover Media Online|
| Format ||Book/Online Media|
| Length x Width x Height||12 x 9 x 0.319 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.90 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL124984|
| ISBN ||876391587|
| EAN ||9780876391587|
| 1st Publication Date||06/2015|
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