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Western Vocals

 
 
Level 1


Pitch
Rhythm
Melody

Scales
Major scales
Minor scales

Breathing
Proper breathing
Basic breathing techniques
Posture

Pronunciation
Enunciation
Vowels and consonants

Vocal care and vocal warm ups
Taking care of your voice
Everyday warm ups

Vocal range
Finding your vocal range
Classifying your vocal range

Singing with accompaniment
At the end of the course, the student will be able to sense and hit a given key, sing along to a melody, exhibit proper breathing techniques while singing, understand pronunciation and vowel influence, learn how to take care of the vocal chords and how to prepare/ warm up before singing.

Student will be able to classify his/her vocal range and will be able to sing along to any accompaniment with a basic sense of rhythm and pitch.
 

 
Level 2


Types of voices
Head voice
Chest voice
Mix voice

Dynamics
Importance of dynamics
Stylistic (Legato, staccato)
Functional (Speed and volume)

Singing with power
Intermediate breathing techniques
Improving vocal tone

Interpretations and covers of songs
Student's choice of genre
Learning about different genres and styles of music

Basics of Harmonization
Simple harmonization
Duets
Trios

At the end of this course, students will be able to recognize the importance of dynamics in singing and apply the same in their singing style, sing with power without hurting their voice, interpret and cover their favorite songs in their own styles, learn how to improve their vocal tone and not strain their voice while singing.

Students will able to differentiate between their chest voice, head voice and will understand the concept of falsetto.

Students will be able to recognize different genres of music,understand the concept of harmonization and sing simple harmonies in duets and trios.
 

 
Level 3


Vibrato
Singing with vocal vibrato
How vibrato changes dynamics of a song

Advanced Harmonization
Advanced harmonies
Acapella and choir composition

Expanding vocal range
Singing comfortably in your vocal range
Techniques to gradually expand vocal range

Singing licks and runs
Advanced techniques
How to sing licks and runs
Improvisation

Genres of singing
Blues
Operatic/classical
Rock/ Alternative
Pop

Stage performance
How to sing into a microphone
Stage presence and engaging the audience
Using the stage
Importance of sound checks

Choir and Acapella group practice
At the end of the course, students will be able to improvise in their own style and individuality, sing licks and runs in their own style, and understand vocal vibrato.He/she would have completed at least one song in various given genres, understand advanced harmonies and learn how to sing in a large group of different vocal groups in choirs and Acapella groups and gradually expand their vocal range.

The student will understand how to work the stage in a stage performance and how to hold the microphone correctly. Also the importance of sound checks and stage presence to engage the audience
 

World Music Conservatory
#42/4, East Park Road,
Between 17th & 18th Cross,
Malleshwaram, Bengaluru-560055
Karnataka, India

Ph: +91-80-23448400
E-mail : worldmusicconservatory@gmail.com

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