Fundamentals A delicate matter in the newness of my work.

One of the central questions that my work poses in its results is that some excellent musicians and singers previously hidden into a not responding correctly singing body (also for many long years), can now correct this substantial deformation and achieve a correct and effective vocal gesture. Is it then all solved? Is it then that they have just to sing and use new gesture and get what they did not previously? Would truly like it was just like that; I would really like and love it for them but no, there is then a hidden trick to be solved and not easy to accept. We have to deal about the fact that with an ineffective gesture the feedbacks were affected at all levels, also at internal levels. So you give someone a winner gesture and if you do not work at the same time on internal winner patterns not experienced previously you will have a loser attitude and mentality into a now winner gesture. If instead you train at the same time vocal pattern and internal pattern you can give the opportunity to change and obtain at the same time winner attitude and winner gesture. For a technical and a personal point can be perceived as rough to accept that to a loser gesture (just an objectively not effective vocal gesture) correspond a loser way of deciding and of being toward voice, but you can as coach give reason and dignity and make it indipendent from the arrival point of someone but just as a not lucky point workable and changeable. All the singers I worked with who had vocal issues in some sort were also internally affected by that, the good and fantastic news is that yes they totally surmounted that nearly all and became winner, and this is the reason why I do not follow those who tell me to choose only yet winners.

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