"Those who wish to sing always find a song"

- Swedish Proverb -

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Vocal Exercises

Warming up is one of the most important things you can do. Exercises help strengthen the voice, improve tone quality, increase range and prevent vocal issues or trauma. 

  • Always begin with your breathing exercises. 
  • Start gently and build up. Lip trills and humming are perfect for waking the voice up in the morning before you've even started speaking. 
  • Before singing tackle more complex warmups and exercises.
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Trinity Accompaniments

Listen to and sing along with these accompaniments to hep you practice. Preparation is key. 

Grade 4

Grade 5

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Vocal Health and Tips

Looking after your voice is so important. It is a very special instrument that needs to be cared for. 

Vocal Hygiene

  • Stay hydrated and drink lots of water.
  • Always warm up before singing or even speaking.
  • Learn how to use your speaking voice in a healthy way.
  • Know your vocal limits (vocal range, endurance, loudness) and stay within them.
  • Do not overuse your voice. 
  • Do no misuse your voice (includes screaming, shouting, throat clearing, belting with bad technique, singing without warming up).
  • Rest your voice before and after singing, when you are ill and and when your voice is tired.
  • Whispering does not save your voice! In fact, it actually makes it worse.
  • If you think you have any sort of vocal issue, seek help from a qualified health care professional. 

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