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How to Sing Classically

Part 3: Lowering Your Larynx

02.02.2021

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Vocal Exercises

How to Sing Classically, Part 3

The dopey “gug gug gug” sound helps gently lower the larynx even as your pitch gets higher. Being able to keep the larynx from rising too high is an important element of many types of classical singing.

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How to Sing Classically, Part 3

In the third and final video in our classical singing series, we go over lowering your larynx for a warmer, richer tone. Remember, there isn’t just one way to sing classically, and the amount you lower your larynx depends on a number of factors, including the role you’re playing.

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