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How to Sing: Learn to Sing Like a Pro - The Rapid Results Method (Singing Books - Easy Lessons on How to Sing Better) Kindle Edition
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Had you instead read the book, you'd be in for some other treats. Paragraphs begin with 'That being said,' with odd regularity. We are told that 'even if a toe is out of line, it will prevent you from properly executing the art of singing,' and two paragraphs later that the bottom half of your body doesn't matter in singing (my toe is located on the bottom half of my body). Apparently enjoying a song is prerequisite to singing it. Which, interesting. And I'm not an alignment specialist, but I doubt that 'each and every physical activity has different ideas of proper posture.' Nor do I know what that means. Halfway through the book, the author starts to believe she has a good grasp on the use of the semicolon. And then briefly switches to the em dash before mercifully abandoning both. Half of the paragraphs end with exclamation points; so that's exciting!
That being said, this is pretty clearly information culled from an afternoon of browsing the internet. You could save yourself three bucks by doing the same. And as a bonus, you wouldn't have to read this book.
I found it to be well written, interesting, and easy to understand. I liked how the 'background' to singing was explained and how the book progressed to give good advice to help improve your voice.
I think this would be a good first book for people like me who don't really want to be professional singers, but would like to sound a little more acceptable to those around us.