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How to maintain sweet voice for child singer

Discussion in 'Kids Korner' started by Littlerose, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. Littlerose

    Littlerose Silver IL'ite

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    Dear all,

    My Son is 6 yrs old. He is learning vocal music for almost 1 year. He started learning Geethams now.. Please give tips for maintaining good voice n for his throat to open up well n with rhythm.. Experienced elites pls. give advise in this concern. Eagerly looking for the help in this regards. Have a nice day.

    wishes n regs,

    S. Sriumadevi Srinivasan.
     
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    resmij Silver IL'ite

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    hi
    Eating good would help you.Try to avoid things which are cold, like softdrinks, curd icecreams etc, and throat would e healthy. also practice breathing exercise, would help him for singing high pitch, I have heard that eating chicken is also good for throat.Also things like honey,may make your childs voice sweet.
    Regards
    Resmi J
     
  3. Littlerose

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    Dear Resmij,

    Nice, thanks for ur prompt reply. Thanks for ur suggestion. In particular, may i know what breathing exercises would really help him out... can u name the pranayam if u r mentioning about it... We r in kuwait as of now, so, due to erotic climate, all the kids catch cold so frequently n maintaining voice in the midst of junk food is really hectic. Thanks for ur suggestions once again.

    wishes n regs,

    S. Sriumadevi Srinivasan.
     
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    Dear All,

    Thanks in advance.. May i know, what breathing exercises helps for the singers..

    wishes n regs,

    S. Sriumadevi Srinivasan.
     

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