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  • By katherine
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Your Song Your Joy by Trixi Field" I loved this book! I am a "hobby singer"; I really enjoy singing but I'm not sure if I am any good at it, and this book is easy to read and packed full of exercises to improve your skills and confidence. The free music exercise tracks to download are a real bonus and very useful. One tip; right click on each one and choose "save target as" to download them onto your PC. There are great sections on breathing and posture and a list of popular songs to test your newly improved skills on. It is obviously written by an experienced singing Teacher and is a really cost effective way to improve your singing without having to go to one-to-one classes, and if you don't like singing in front of others it is lovely to be able to practice in the privacy of your own home. I throughly recommend this book. Katherine Higgins
  • By Alex Broman
    Sep 4, 2009
    "Your Song Your Joy" Trixi Field's book is an inspiration for would-be singers as well as for those already singing. How often do people say they'd love to sing but have been humiliated at school by music teachers or "know" they are hopeless and would be embarrassed to sing except in the shower? Although I've been in a choir for ten years, I learnt so much from this little book. I already knew that singing raises the endorphin level, makes you feel great, improves your breathing and gives you a glowing complexion. I didn't know that it's good for people with breathing difficulties such as asthma, nor had I understood why we sound different to ourselves on tape, and it never occurred to me that it would improve bad posture or that the facial workout can keep the face looking younger. There's a wealth of practical advice and exercises, and even experienced singers should be able to improve their technique and voices by following the many tips. For those still afraid... More > to join a choir, they can in any event practise the singing, chanting and toning described in this incredibly helpful book. It is to be hoped that they will then build up the confidence to "go public" before too long and discover the thrill of singing in front of an audience. I am sure that many of us who have, despite minimal confidence, plucked up our courage to join a choir and did indeed flourish, are evangelical in our desire to `spread the word' and get more people singing! Trixi Field's charming book, full of humour, encouragement and commonsense, should be compulsory reading for all those afraid to sing.< Less
  • By Lea Cowin
    May 18, 2009
    I am a tutor from the College of Sound healing and this book is an absolute gem. I recommend all my students go out and buy it as it gives sound practical advice and encouragement to both beginners and advanced students who want to use their voice for the healing of themselves and others. Lovely.
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Voice Confidence
March 27, 2009
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.58 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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