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What's an easier way to separate the notes in a riff and runs?

First of all there is some really weird terminology going on. She is saying trill, but talking abouts turns for one thing. Similarly staccato is not about the softness of the vocal onset. It is a ...
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How will and how to use singing vibrato help riff and runs especially with vocal runs note separation?

For singing runs it is helpful to add controlled diaphragmatic articulation (as explained in your other question). A controlled vibrato of intensity does a similar thing — thus being able to do a ...
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Learning Piano/Keyboard

For eg: if the song shows melody note D in treble clef, I play GBD in RH if the chord name suggest G at top of the treble clef, then use LH with 5th finger on only G below octave. Yes, that is the ...
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Learning Piano/Keyboard

Your approach is certainly a valid way to get started playing chords. As you get more used to it, you might make some changes, like using other fingers of the left hand based on what's convenient, or ...
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How do I play this chord?

These are usually handled by rolling the chord and using some pedal. There other techniques:
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Is there a way to sing actual clear, nice two notes? (Polyphonic overtone singing)

No. We only have one vocal apparatus each and the apparatus can only truly resonate at one pitch as a time.
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