Matthew Edwards

Associate Professor of Voice, Shenandoah Conservatory Artistic Director of the CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute

Mix it up Monday: Finding the right vowel shape

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lips It is not uncommon for students to struggle with coordinating their articulators to form the type of vowel they are looking for when singing. Whether they sing opera, musical theatre, or one of the many Contemporary Commercial Music (CCM) genres, this exercise can help them fine tune their vocal tract if they run into problems. If you have other ideas for addressing the issue covered in the video below, please post them in the comment section. If you are not already following the blog, please sign-up on the bottom right hand side of this page to receive an email update whenever there is a new post. Thanks for checking out Mix it up Monday! ~Matt


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  1. Pingback: Mix it up Monday: The value of sustained pitches | Matthew Edwards

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This entry was posted on September 26, 2016 by in Misc. Thoughts.

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