Music Theater Rocks! Organic Rock Singing 101 and Beyond

by N. Tracy
Neal discusses his nine "ingredients" for singing rock music organically: text emphasis, emotional affectations such as the "growl" (and includes exercises on how to produce the growl), speech-like text delivery, shorter vowels, and back beating, to name a few. He assumes one is familiar with musical terminology.
Resource Type: Print
Resource Name: Journal of Singing
Category: Style/Genre
Keywords: CCM, Pop/Rock

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