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Listening to world-famous singers, many are surprised: the performers so subtly convey the quiet nuances of the vocal composition that even the quietest words can easily be heard on the last row in the hall. These singers are singing into the microphone, so they are so audible, some vocal lovers think, but in fact it is not, and you can easily and quickly learn to sing quietly if you do some exercises. At first, it seemed to me that way too, until at a concert of classical music in DK I heard one singer who had several victories at vocal competitions. When she sang, her voice flowed surprisingly softly and quietly, although the girl sang Gurilev’s classic romance.
It was unusual to listen, especially to those who had been engaged in academic singing for many years and got used to a rich and loud sound, but the secret of the singer’s success soon became clear. Continue reading