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There’s a complex relation between resonance rooms and vowels: Good singers have to learn to control and refine their vocal sound on a completely new level. They must learn to use the enormous potential of resonance with a new process in a targeted manner in order to produce volume in a relaxed manner and to articulate it optimally. In addition, they get ...


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Short answer: that hand position could definitely be bad, and you should work towards a hand position that's both healthier and allows you to play more easily (less fatigue and more agility). Definitely cut your nails if you don't need them to be that long. That way you'll be able to feel the keys when your hand is in a more curved position! And none of that ...


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Answer has three parts: 1) Fingering and hand position 2) Practice technique 3) For those who need to drop a note Fingering and hand position Disclaimer: These hand positions are just for this specific chord. Frequent or prolonged stretching and/or twisting risks injury. 1-1-2-3-5 You can tuck your thumb either around or over the Db such that you play both ...


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I spent the last 20 years (off and on) designing training software for musicians, including interacting with thousands of users on how to get the best results. The following points are drawn from that experience. (*) There are huge differences from one person to another. 10x learning speed differences are common, and even more so in cognitive tasks (e.g. ...


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I think that music instructional videos are more for intermediate and above more than absolute beginners, and while this isn't good, I understand it. For your specific question I think there key is fingertips, which is the same as with guitar, my home instrument. I hope that helps, and that you've got beyond the problems of bow pressure and intonation that ...


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