*the series was streamed on YouTube where it remained available for some months (then it was time to let it go and look at the future). Here 👇🏻👇🏻 a resume and some clips on Instagram @lucia_cossu_voiceteacher #aliceandme #aliceandmetheseries
On my Youtube and Instagram you can find a nice thing happening in my flat. Alice Robber is a singer and songwriter, she has a producer and she is friend of a couple of my students, she opened last winter the concert of my professional student Galil3o. She is my host for 6 weeks and we decided to do a challenge, we put this online with some live streaming on Tuesday at 2pm and Friday at 11am and many others little clips of what is our creative and musical interaction, and my giving to her what can be while she opens to me and trusts me and challenges me and I challenge her. This is the fourth lesson, and also the entire playlist, the clips are truly nice as her songs. Enjoy this little creative laboratoire that this flat and London weeks are.
What is it your life? It is just that transparent and huge thing of cooking coordinations, the thing that seems done of nothing, so hidden that disappears while what you have done make others appear completely. My life is to disappear, so huge and subtle.
The joy between teacher and singer after, when we just remain colleagues once finished our work and this is the best that will last. She is the great Italian singer Eleonora Bianchini who made a technical path with me, yet being the recognised singer she was. Happy of what we have done, she thanked me in the cover of her new cd. I have in me, in the depths of my heart and soul and of a voice trainer the work we shared, secret in the depths of music and of visions we shared and that will nourish both for a longer time, as this open smile declare. So beautiful job mine.🍀🍀🍀
Our talk on what was to her cossu method and our path here https://youtu.be/tnK3sS2Lt1I
My first two talks on some fundamental questions of vocale technique, often not so clear in students and singers and not clearly explained through their effects and consequencies so that they remain scary and refused in the first step. Often they are related as the fact that when you cover the sounds you will have in your sound not the effect of copertura but the disclosure of the state of your sustain and appoggio. I mean that not covered sounds have a different kind of pressure from the effective and true sustain (a true sustain always have a copertura effect), so you cover and the vocal folds do not respond anymore to the excess of pressure not correct. You will immediately hear how much the correct and true sustain is developed and the really good news is that with copertura it is safe and not tricky to develop the effective and true sustain. So if you refuse covering you will probably never develop a real and effective sustain, and this just because you were scared by the sound after copertura that was just the first step of the process and not the arriving point of the process. Many things in vocal technique present this two step process, I will try to clarify some of those for you on Istagram in my IGTV.
And the first is on copertura. 🙂
A little talk with the great italian singer Eleonora Bianchini and why a professional like her, ranked 4th italian jazz singer, a stable duo with Enzo Pietropaoli, great career, winner of a merit scholarship at Berklee College, came having lessons with me. What did she found in our work, why it was important to her. Enjoy!
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