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It is not normal to experience pain when singing. You should see an ENT and get a baseline image of your vocal folds. Here is a link to a major US hospital's voice center, which includes conditions and treatments descriptions: Emory University Voice Center Edited to add: This advice and this link was shared with me (and many others) at a public industry ...


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You are doing something that does not feel natural yet and that will take time. I have studied classical voice for a couple years now (still a beginner). I can tell you from personal experience that you will feel strange tickles and buzzing and all sorts of weird feelings. Some are normal and some an indication of strain. You need to tell your instructor ...


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Ok, where is that itch? deep in the neck or higher? Is it really an itch or a mild strain? I am 3 months into lessons and I have a mild strain in my larnyx - above the Adam's apple ... below is the esophogus. If it's that then it's not breathing, it straining ... trying slightly too hard because you really do want to exercise getting the most sound out you ...


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