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Contemporary Singers

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The Art of Singing

Singing is regarded as the lifeblood of the human race, it is reasonable to think that the song is probably the form of common cation and self-expression older than

the

word. Singing together has served over time as an intra-tribal glue and remains one of the most important means, if not the most important, to process and communicate emotions.

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Styles of Singing

By singing style we generally mean an executive modality, which varies in relation to the repertoire and the time. The interpretation of this phrase is broad, as it can include different aspects of the art of singing.


There are different styles of singing in different styles of music. In the classical singing style, which is taught mainly in universities and which is accompanied by a lot of vocal training technique, vowels are formed in the back of the mouth, which creates a strong enrichment of harmonics and an intoxicating sound.


In jazz and pop singing, vowels are produced further ahead, in front of the mouth, which is more like speaking or calling, and instead of the intoxicating sound, the chest voice is used more. The tones are sometimes sung from below and, if at all, provided with a small vibrato.


In general, two broad categories of singing can be classified: LYRICAL SONG and POPULAR SONG. Popular song genres include folk, gospel, rock,

pop, hip hop, jazz, musical theater, soul and rhythm and blues, Reggaeton and Reggae.

Who are the Singers?

The singer is a subject who, by using his voice, produces a succession of sounds ordered by rhythm and pitch.

Opera Singers

The classification of the voices of the lyrical singers is done on the basis of the extension, the timbre, that is the color of the voice, but also the repertoire performed, the technique used and the historical period of reference.


Classification of the voices of opera singers

Male Voices 

  • Bass: The Bass designates the lowest of the male voices Baritone:
  • The term Baritone designates the intermediate male voice between those of the Bass and Tenor. The vocal register was born in the nineteenth century, as it existed in the Baroque period the so-called Baritenore It is the most natural voice in the male register.
  • Tenor: It is the most acute of the male voices and also the most unnatural, in the sense that the high notes ranging from G 4 upwards are obtained only with a particular technique, that of the \ u201cvoce in mask \ u201d.

Female Voices \ u200b

  • Alto: The term Alto designates the most serious of the female voices, in other times it was the castrated singer who sang in the same register. It is a very rare vocal typology that has undergone many changes and it is therefore difficult to indicate its extension and texture.
  • Mezzosoprano: The term Mezzosoprano designates the female voice intermediate between those of Alto and Soprano. The typical range of the mezzo-soprano voice is over two octaves, from the grave to the high B flat, however in exceptional cases it can reach the upper C.
  • Soprano: The term soprano designates both the highest of the female voices . The typical range of the soprano voice is two octaves, but can vary widely depending on the type. The voice of Soprano, like that of Tenor, has traditionally been entrusted with the leading roles since the nineteenth century.

Singing techniques


The singing techniques may include:

  • Scat
  • Growl
  • Sprechgesang
  • Vocalese
  • Diplofonia  o Multifonico
  • Flautofonia
  • Beatboxing
  • Laringalizzazione
  • Jodel o jodler
  • Canto Difonico
  • Acuto
  • Scream
  • Ululato
  • Urlo

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