Does Singing Classical Style Mean You Can Sing All Other Singing Styles?

Author: Brett Manning
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There is a misconception stating that if you can sing classical style, you can also sing other styles. However, even if you can sing classical style there's a very big chance that you may still have difficulties in creating a “natural” sounding tone.

Even the most classically-trained singers encounter these problems. They start off with their love for singing, becoming choir members in a church or in school and then acquire a degree in Music just to know more about singing. In the process, they would realise how unprofessional their singing is. After years of study, they would find out that their training created a totally different singer out of themselves – far from what they wanted.

Other outcomes could be that they learned to love classical singing. However, there are already a lot of people with the talents in classical singing and not everyone suits the same environment. Some classically-trained singers even find out after years of training that their range stayed about 2 octaves or less from the previous.

Even with training, there are possibilities that the audience will still hear you differently. Whenever this happen, most singers resort to quitting and they try teaching instead. However, it would be difficult to teach something which they have not attained themselves.

So, if an aspiring singer who did not end up singing takes a teaching path, perhaps he would be telling his students that he used to LOVE classical singing. It just happened that most singers do not start out wanting to be classical singers.

Instead of telling this to students every time, teachers often tell them, "If you can get your voice to shift between registers easily, you can sing classical and anything else you like." But is this really true?

Well, a good example would be Luciano Pavarotti. Perhaps he was the most famous classical singer in the world. He was known as the "King of the High C's" because he can sing magnificently up to the C above middle C (referred to as the "male high C").

Most of Brett Manning's and Singing Success students easily reach D, E, F ABOVE high C within 3 or 4 lessons and simple exercises! It's not because Brett Manning is a genius. It's because Brett was privileged enough to find a mentor that passed along a whole new and different method. He learned a few exercises that enable the voice to shift gears at the right moment up the scale.

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Brett Manning is also the author of Singing Success

Singing Success is a 10-year compilation of efforts, experience and expertise of Brett Manning who has influenced and taught many of today’s mega stars like Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Keith Urban, Eddie Gilbert and others.

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