Sing A Long Music

Songs
Click on a file below to play the song you wish to sing.  These are quickly recorded in order to give singers something to practice with at home.  They are not perfect but can be used as a guide.
 

 
Choral /Harmony Singing Accompaniment & Vocal Lines
New Choral Music for the Ladies Ensemble Coming Soon...
 
Sight-Singing Excercises
Here are some of the vocal warm ups that we frequently use to learn sight singing intervals & Do Re Mi's.. They are all in the Key of C Major meaning that Do is letter C. Each begins with the vocals and then replays without the vocals. Use this as a guide to get started and then practice them without the recordings. If you have trouble remembering what they sound like on your own, think the do, re, mi's up and down the scale to find the correct pitch(sound):
 
 
Vocal Technique Warm-Ups
Here are some of the diction, breathing & placement excercises that we frequently use.  Please expand the warm up as your range allows going up or down from the last part of the recording. 
 
Breath on the chord between each set of the excercises
 
Short Hisses
Short diaphragmatic bursts of air.  Take a large breath before each set, leaving the shoulders & chest still, while belly looks like it expands.  The diaphragm does a little jolt in for each hiss.  Do as many as you feel comfortable with.  The recording has just a few.
 
These are to be sung as short bursts of sound. Your diaphragm should be getting a work out contracting inward for each note.  This excercise is not meant to sound pretty & should be sung with your full voice!
 
Try to keep your mouth open just as wide for the Eee as for the Ahh sound before it.  5 tones down starting at Sol for each vowel sound.
 
Middle Range 5 Tones Ahh, Eee plus Do, Mi Sol
Try to keep your mouth open just as wide for the Eee as for the Ahh sound before it. 5 tones down starting at Sol for each vowel sound with Mi, Sol, Mi, Do tagged onto the end on the Eee vowel.
 
Triplets around Do Vowels Ahh, Ooo, Eee 
 
More Coming Soon.....