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comment Overcoming the “we're not good enough” syndrome in amateur choirs
I've been in choirs that have sung pieces that were too hard. Taking a hard piece only makes sense if the choir director is able to convey the goal and able to decide whether to abandon it later if necessary despite sunk costs.
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comment Falsetto voice in women
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comment Falsetto voice in women
I really don't think so. The literal translation of "head voice" to German certainly does not mean falsetto, it refers to which resonance parts of your body are primarily used which is either your chest or the hollow parts of your skull.
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comment Falsetto voice in women
Ok, but this does not really explain why falsetto is commonplace among male singers and not well-known about female ones.
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answered When singing, how to avoid being distracted by vocal harmony or other vocal lines?
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