Nightflying - Review of the Voice Workshops.


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Louise Taylor studied voice with creative genius Frank Baker who voice was paralyzed by a stroke early in his singing career. Frank went on to develop a relatively simple and effective method for discovering the natural voice. Says Taylor "Frank was the rarest of individuals who not only gave me the tools to develop my own voice but also taught me how to be honest, there's no fooling an audience". Louise has continued to use these simple concepts to develop and keep her voice in shape over the course of her career as singer/songwriter.

Known for her smoky jazz inflected vocals Louise says "Singing is a natural ability that can be developed. We are all mimickers, that is how we learned to speak. The speaking voice is the same instrument as the singing voice. Believe it or not singing can be that easy when you learn how to get out of your own way; if you can speak you can sing!" The voice is the most versatile and personal instrument you can play. Through learning a few basic concepts and vocal exercises you can begin to free your own resonant voice. This is not a class for practicing scales or demonstrating technical skill. This class is beneficial to anyone no matter what their experience. Students should bring something to take notes with. Recording devices are welcome.

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