Singing Lessons Just for You

This is what we do for over 35 years.

Music Makers Calgary is the perfect place for young kids, teenagers, adults and seniors to take Singing lessons. High qualified teachers ready to give you the best learning experience possible, respecting your own pace and ability.

All individual lessons are prepared to fit your needs, being that for deep theoretical understanding or just to learn how to play a specific music that you love.

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Benefits of Singing

Beyond the pleasure of it, singing is a lot more than just having a good time. Some studies across Canada and other countries suggest that singing can help with:

  • increased lung capacity
  • Sinuses and respiratory tubes are opened up more
  • Improved mood
  • There is a release of pain relieving endorphins
  • Promotes bonding
  • Our facial muscles get toned
  • Stress reduction
  • Perceived social and spiritual benefits
  • positively influence the immune system

Enjoy all the benefits of playing the Singing.

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Greatest Singers

  • Aretha Franklin
  • James Brown
  • Plácido Domingo
  • Tina Turner
  • Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
  • Ray Charles
  • Elisabeth Schwarzkopf
  • Maria Callas
  • Smokey Robinson
  • Sam Cooke
  • Joan Sutherland
  • Luciano Pavarotti
  • Freddie Mercury
  • Janis Joplin
  • Michael Jackson
  • Elvis Presley
  • Robert Plant
  • Frank Sinatra
  • Axl Rose
  • Whitney Houston
  • John Lennon
  • Celine Dion
  • Andrea Faustini

Singing Voices Classification

In Opera and European classical music, voices are considered musical instruments and are treated and evaluated as such. Vocal weight, range, tessitura, timbre and transition points are all vocal characteristics to be used.

Woman are typically divided in:

  • Soprano
  • Mezzo-soprano
  • Contralto

Man are typically divided in:

  • Countertenor
  • Tenor
  • Baritone
  • Bass

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in the 13th century, Johannes de Garlandia and Jerome of Moravia where the first to record mention of the term chest voice and head voice, distinguishing from the “throat voice”.

Today’s popular approach is to divide in this way:

  • Men’s “chest register”
  • Men’s “head register”
  • Men’s “falsetto register”
  • Woman’s “chest register”
  • Woman’s “middle register”
  • Woman’s “head register”

However, with the evolution of biological understanding of the human body, specifically about the mechanism of creating sound, many teachers prefer to replace the term “register” for “voice”, like chest voice and head voice, hence the current knowledge that the sound is not registered by the “head” or the “chest”.

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