As beautiful as it may be a natural voice, it needs, to grow and resist time, a careful technical work. Jean-Pierre Blivet is proposing a tool for singers who, in addition to their practice, will find both information on anatomy-physiology and solutions to their concrete problems.
The author presents the various aspects of the use of the voice, of vocal production in all its forms (spoken, sung ...) until the artistic expression of the sensitivity whose voice is the vector. It exposes a clear classification of all types of voices used in opera.
What is a passing grade? How to work the breath? How to determine his range? How to control the regularity of vibrato? How to increase your voice skills? How to remedy its faults? Do we have to forbid certain foods to sing well? The answers to these questions can be found in this book, along with tips based on numerous exercises that the author himself developed during his teaching career and practiced for their greatest pleasure. benefit to many young singers who are the flagship of the new French school.