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Although the two terms are often conflated, and although there are plenty of situations where the difference isn't noticeable, the intended difference is that portamento is a relatively quick pitch slide between all or most of the notes during a melody or melody section. The pitch slide tends to come only at the very end of the note, more or less during the ...


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As with most of the questions on this site, the answer is practice. Do lots of singing in harmony, and it will become second-nature. But how do you get started? Learn a song's harmony part by rote, and sing that alongside someone else singing the melody (or a recording of yourself). The simplest harmony part is a third harmony -- that is, whatever the ...


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High is for sopranos and tenors (in their respective octaves) and Low is for altos and basses (in their respective octaves). This is the convention used for song books in all genres of music all over the world.


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Will a brilliant grown-up baseball trainer be able to figure out and help a struggling kid student just as efficient as a 10-year old baseball trainer could? Sounds a bit absurd, doesn't it? The teaching skills and knowledge and adaptability are way more important than bodily similarities of teacher and student. You won't find student and teacher with ...


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Singing harmony is just a skill. It can certainly be learned, like any other skill. You didn't specify what type of context you're planning on singing harmony in (a choir? a home studio? a band? just driving around in the car?), nor what your current level of musical knowledge/experience is (Do you play any instruments? Can you read music? Do you know any ...



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