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100 days. 100 hints on singing. Number 20.

March 28, 2018 1:57 am Published by Leave your thoughts

After a record number of wins in starting games, Dwight Gooden finally lost one for the Mets. He was asked why. Because, he said, uttering the classic pitcher's lament: I was trying to aim the ball. Just so, there are few vocal problems that do not have their source in the same fallacy, that a man or woman is capable of aiming, guiding, directing, or producing tone. Laughter—the thrumming of the body—is a better model for singing than overt guidance.

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This post was written by Alan Bowers


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I'm a devoted practitioner of the Alexander Technique, helping people from all walks of life with back pain, voice pathologies, and postural issues. I've confronted each of these in my life and found help and healing through the Alexander Technique. Come see how skilled, compassionate touch, can reorient you, right your posture, and ease your pain. You owe it to your self.

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