Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Carlsbad Caverns National Park: How would you suggest learning to sing thirds? What practices for this?

How would you suggest learning to sing thirds?

What practices for this?

There are some videos here, for example,

but I'm looking for further ideas from experience ...


... a YouTube video? URL? book?

I want to learn how to hear the third before I sing it,

beyond learning by trial and error.

Please add a comment below, or edit this page, if inclined.

Thank you.


SI:

‎"do re mi, do mi, do mi. do re mi, do mi, do mi". And eventually "do re mi mi-flat, do mi-flat, do mi-flat."


Scott:

good ideas ... thanks

... will play with and explore ... :)

What further good ideas might you have for translating the above

into finding the third to a song sung on the radio, or live? ...

(I'll try to adapt the above).


I think finding a partner, per this video with David Kingery,


in the "Singing Harmony," wiki subject

... practicing together makes most sense,

and is the next step ...


perhaps in a Google Hangout, with group video ...


Add something to the above Singing Harmony page, if you'd like to try this together.













(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/11/carlsbad-caverns-national-park-how.html - November 2, 2011)