This is a must app for you if you love music and singing!
Beside e-book that answers 101 interesting questions about song and music, you'll also find a resource of lessons, inspirations, and news.
The e-book introduces the subject of song and everything you always wanted to know about singing. Learn where the history of song comes from. Have you always wanted to sing but were told you are tone deaf? Learn what muscles blocks the ability to sing and how to move them out of the way to sing. Learn the secrets of how to train your ear to sing in tune every time by controlling what your voice is doing.
You will learn how to increase your vocal range, sing with more power, freedom and learn to sing without strain in your voice. Get rid of bad vocal techniques by learning proper training and exercises. Discover how vocal cord damage can be treated without surgery, and what preventive measures can be taken to avoid injury. Understand what the health benefits in singing are, and what evidence research has proven.
Do you want to take your singing to the next level? Teach yourself to close your eyes, listen to a song and imagine yourself in costume singing in front of an audience.
Learn about musical notations and all about the first musical instrument, who played it, and how long ago it was first played. Find out what musical note was banned by the church and why today it is still considered a 'scary' or 'evil' sound.
What is opera, it history and its influence in the music world today?
What famous soul music record company played a significant role in the racial integration of popular music using a crossover success? Where does soul music originate from, learn its history and other soul related genres.
Learn who the castrati were, how this implorable practice got started and when it was abolished.
Explore the world of birds, gibbons, and whales as you learn how these animals sing. There are about 5400 non-human species of animals that can sing today. Peek into the world of a few distinguished singing species that can demonstrate the ability to learn their songs, improvise and even compose new melodies.