Category Archives: singing

Stroll Along my Musical Journey!

Singing in church choirs and private voice lessons led me down the path to my latest musical adventures: Syracuse Chorale and the Pops Chorus. My musical tastes now satisfied, I study and sing both classical and light Pops. This year … Continue reading

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Voice – my Instrument of Choice

My instrument of choice is the voice. So much to learn. Open mouth, closed mouth. Breathe, posture, warm ups. Notes. Who knew there was so much to learn? It is good for the aging brain to remain active. Learn something … Continue reading

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The Power of Music

Musical notes, beats, rests, keys, sharps, flats, major, minor, staff, treble clef, bass clef, rhythms, voices, moods, time signatures, adagio, allegro, forte, chant, chamber, carols, classical, dynamics, fermata, leitmotifs, sonata, staff, concerto, tones, voices – all this and more characterize … Continue reading

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