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The word “articulation” means “articulation”, “connection”. This is an oversimplified assessment of the complex activity of the body, in which thoughts are transformed into words. And much here depends on the individual. Individuality contributes to this process, and it should be open to the widest possibilities.
The next section on articulation suggests the most economical use of articulation. With the mobility of the lips and tongue comes freedom from the usual clamps in the articulation muscles. There is one criterion for clear speech – that is clear thinking.
This is, first of all, the front of the tongue, its middle, the back of the tongue and the surface, which these parts Continue reading
At what age can I learn to sing?
You can get involved in singing at any age. It is desirable – in the young, even … in the womb (scientists have shown that the fetus responds to music by changing the rhythm of its heart!). Let the child “sleep at the piano” when parents play music. The future singer, even before the “adult” classes, it is desirable to form musically. This will accelerate future vocal-technical development. Children’s impressions are strong and create the foundation for the upcoming profession. Many prominent singers began to sing in the children’s choir, observing a moderate voice load. If after a mutation (in boys, in the process of maturation, the voice can become lower) a professional voice is formed, then singing in childhood will be a significant contribution to the formation of Continue reading
In March 1968, a group was created consisting of Ritchie Blackmore – lead guitar, John Lord – organ, backing vocals, Rod Evans – vocals, Nikki Simper – bass, backing vocals, Ian Paice – drums. At the suggestion of Richie, they decided to name the new group “Deep Purple”. This name was taken from an old song that Richie’s grandmother loved to listen to.
Ritchie Blackmore (Ritchie Blackmore) – was born in the English province on April 14, 1945. Already in his youth, he demonstrated his mastery of guitar, which caused the desire of numerous novice bands in England to have such a solo guitarist in his group. John Lord (Jon Lord) – was born in England (Leicester) on June 9, 1941, and already from childhood began to play the piano, and later began to take lessons on this instrument. Ian Paice (Ian Paice) – was born on June 29, 1948. In adolescence, he showed a love for percussion instruments and at the age of 14-15 he Continue reading