My Beautiful Voice
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With the encouragement on an enchanting and magical teacher, she writes a poem. But a poem is meant to be read aloud! She musters all her courage, stands at the front of the class and shows her classmates that she does have a voice. And her voice is BEAUTIFUL! Push your stomach out as you inhale. Put a hand on your stomach. When you inhale, focusing on filling your lower lungs by expanding your stomach as you breathe. Your chest should not move.
My Beautiful Voice : Coelho, Joseph, Colpoys, Ms. Allison
Practice hissing. Hissing requires a steady, thin stream of air. Inhale for 4 counts (1, 2, 3, 4) and then exhale for 4 counts. Then inhale for 6 counts and exhale for 10. Progress with shorter inhalations and longer hissing until you can breathe in for 1 count and exhale for 20.  X Research source Move your tongue down towards your bottom teeth, opening up your mouth and making the biggest space you can.Think of a ring around your stomach and waist expanding as you inhale and contracting as you exhale, moving the air from the bottom of your lungs up to your chest and out your mouth.  X Research source
My Beautiful Voice - Shortlist Spotlight 2022 Joseph Coelho - My Beautiful Voice - Shortlist Spotlight 2022
Pushing air:" For a beautiful tone, think about letting the air out of your lungs instead of forcing it out. Author Luke Palmer introduces his new book, Play (Firefly Press) about four boys growing up together, the challenges, the friendships, and what hap... Mrs Foster was my fourth year junior teacher at St Barbara’s School in Wulfen, Germany. She was wonderful! She encouraged my love of singing and drama. She cast me as Mary in the school Nativity, Only A Baby. A visiting music teacher, Mr Parfitt, led that production but I know that it was Mrs Foster that ensured I play Mary. In assemblies and music sessions Mrs Foster encouraged us all and ‘fostered’ our talents and enthusiasms. Mrs Foster also helped me with my creative writing, praising my stories and poems.
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Practice saying a two syllable word over and over with varying pitch changes. There are four types of pitch changes, rising pitch, falling pitch, rising up then down, and falling down then up.