|Topic:||Re:Re:Listening and Singing|
|Posted by:||John Grinder and Carmen Bostic|
We are posting a new response as during the move to a higher grade server, we accidently lost the response we had originally offered.
What a fine contribution to the conversation!
Your remarks brought to mind a practice that our friend Michael Colgrass uses in teaching singing. He has the singer sing standing on his or her head. The tonals difference are startling!
BTW, Pat, we have no objections or difficutlies with applications. Indeed, without applications, what would the point of modeling be? What we object to is exclusively applications - for reasons presented in Whispering.
All the best,
Carmen and John
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Listening and Singing||12/05/2002 23:12:41||Stephen M. Hawley|
|Re:Listening and Singing||16/05/2002 20:35:57||Pat Flannagan|
|Re:Re:Listening and Singing||19/05/2002 17:38:33||John Grinder and Carmen Bostic|
|Re:Re:Listening and Singing||23/05/2002 19:16:20||Stephen M. Hawley|
|Re:Listening and Singing||23/05/2002 23:56:00||nj|