Eileen Smith Anglin , former Ask An Angel Intuitive columnist, previously responded to a reader question about the sounds from a choir of angels that awoke her. Chrissie wanted confirmation that she had actually heard angels singing. She also wanted to know if the angels had a message for her. Eileen confirmed that it was indeed the angels she had heard and also shared information about understanding clairaudience intuitive hearing. I was thrilled to see this question asked and answered because I personally experienced a rare opportunity of hearing the angels sing. It was the most beautiful sound I had ever heard before and since.
Respected vocal coach, Audrey Hunt lays it on the line when it comes to the responsibility of singing, performing, and avoiding vocal strain. You may think that you're stuck with the voice you have, but this isn't true. You can actually change the way your singing sounds today and end up singing better than ever. Sound too good to be true? Well, it's not. Think of it this way. Let's say you want to build muscle in your triceps.
If you're new to the opera or just need a little refresher, we've put together this slim primer of Operatic facts to help improve your enjoyment and understanding of our performances. In the following sections we've covered the different vocal parts in the Opera, the role of the orchestra and at bottom you will find a glossary of common opera terms. Did you ever wonder what the difference is between a soprano and a mezzo-soprano or what voice type can sing the lowest notes?
Singers are like vocal gymnasts who traverse their artistic range with apparent ease and flexibility. Gymnasts are extremely disciplined people who spend hours perfecting their craft and are much more likely than the general public to sustain an injury. Professional singers carry some of these same risks and must maintain a disciplined practice schedule with intervals of rest and recovery to perform at an optimal level, regardless of genre. Let your voice shine. This could result in vocal injury.