We all feel great when we sing and research shows that singing is good for our heart, health, and minds; it can help reduce stress, improve our mood and, as an aerobic exercise, it is good for our lungs and posture. But how and why?
he 5678 Choir has grown from strength to strength since its creation, in February 2013, out of a need to sing locally and following the great success of the ‘Act Too’ village pantomimes. It now has around 35 members from Sutton Scotney and the surrounding villages.
The book, ‘Practice or Talent?’ helps you discover the answers to these questions, by looking at what makes people musical and helping you find your musical potential.
Inspired by my piano and singing students. To help people reach their musical potential by understanding the difference between practice and talent. It includes 21 practical tips on improving your music practice to help you become the musician you always wanted to be.
You can put this book to good use when you join ourOne to One Lessons,learning more about the capabilities and the health benefits of Singing, including the professional tuition that goes hand in hand with ‘Practice or Talent?’.