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Pantula Gopala Rao replied | 5 days ago

Prince, You can register in UrbanPro as tutor up to 12th Std or so and earn by teaching to students up to your standard and utilize the amount honorably for pursuing your passion. It is better to stand on your own legs rather than resorting to self pity. Self help is the best help. Regarding singing, I can teach Carnatic Music if you are serious about learning. Your name is PRINCE, remember that.

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Bhuvana replied | 5 days ago

Hi Prince, Contact me through UrbanPro. I can teach you for free if you have real passion and dedication.

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Manju replied | 17 Oct

For learning music interest and passion is important .

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Manju replied | 17 Oct

interest towards music is important

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Priya 10 Sep in  Singing classes

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Manju replied | 17 Oct

Which music you want to learn Carnatic music or Hindustani?if you want to learn Carnatic music please contact me?

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Himanshu replied | 22 Oct

My 12 years daugthers want to learn in Hindustani. We leave in Kukatpally hyderebad.

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Lakshmi replied | 23 Sep

You search in urbanpro

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Vinod replied | 16 Oct

Filter and search your location in urbanpro for to find the tutors in your area or nearby location

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Nawal 13 Aug in  Singing classes

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Priya replied | 06 Sep

Classical music is like a life long quest. If you are talking about light music like singing bollywood songs then its okay...but learning music in-depth is a real task that can be achieved only and only with a lot of practice which goes on for year and years. it take minimum 5 to 6 hours of plain practice for years to get one note right. This is not to discourage one from learning...  more»
Classical music is like a life long quest. If you are talking about light music like singing bollywood songs then its okay...but learning music in-depth is a real task that can be achieved only and only with a lot of practice which goes on for year and years. it take minimum 5 to 6 hours of plain practice for years to get one note right. This is not to discourage one from learning but a better understanding of any subject is important to master it. «less

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Manju replied | 17 Oct

There is no age limit for learning music and singing,only thing we have a passion towards music and have to practice music every day

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Parvinder 19 Jul in  Singing classes

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Vinod replied | 29 Aug

Yes you can learn it

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Sikha replied | 07 Sep

You can learn with the help of teacher

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Sikha replied | 27 Aug

Yes it is possible.

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Vinod replied | 29 Aug

Yes you can definitely with proper and regular practice

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Vinod replied | 29 Aug

30 mins to 1 hour

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Sikha replied | 07 Sep

Minimum
one hour

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Sikha replied | 07 Sep

First I teach standing notes of middle octave then lower octaves.second palta slow and fast.

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Sikha replied | 07 Sep

It is very important .I play tabla with alankar.

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Shreyansh 15 Jul in  Singing classes

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Sikha replied | 07 Sep

Yes I do

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Manju replied | 17 Oct

In rehearsal whatever mistakes are happening we have to practise and do well in actual performance.

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Robin 15 Jul in  Singing classes

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Piyush replied | 26 Aug

Sargams, alankaars, alankaar palte (different permutations and combinations of notes), long stay on base notes, one breathe stay at each notes, etc are some of the exercises.

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Piyush replied | 26 Aug

And my answer was based on Hindustani Classical Music.

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Neha 15 Jul in  Singing classes

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Acharya replied | 06 Aug

Depending upon teachers experience and technical method of voice production.

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Sebastian replied | 08 Oct

"Best" is subjective. You can try to figure out what style of singing you would like to learn and then search for a vocal instructor accordingly. Reviews from past students will give you a better idea about the teacher as well.

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Khushboo 15 Jul in  Singing classes

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Manju replied | 28 Jul

learning basic carnatic lessons and practising

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Acharya replied | 06 Aug

This is my research work and challenging job. Anybody can sing and no age bar.

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C A Girish replied | 05 Aug

Its always better to sing in your own Voice...Dont copy

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Vinod replied | 05 Sep

Yes our singing voice should be trained to meet the demands of various singing like playback,studio recording,performing live.

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Jessy 15 Jul in  Singing classes

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Mohammed Haroon replied | 05 Aug

By the beauty and the elegance of the voice.

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Vinod replied | 05 Sep

Six essential requirements for a good singing voice.
(1) `Sraavaka' is explained as loudness or carrier of the voice, which can be heard from a long distance.
(2) The voice that is loud and pleasing with out any wobble is called `ghana'.
(3) The voice which does not sound harsh though loud, is described as `snigdha'. This also refers to the `fluency' of producing...  more»
Six essential requirements for a good singing voice.
(1) `Sraavaka' is explained as loudness or carrier of the voice, which can be heard from a long distance.
(2) The voice that is loud and pleasing with out any wobble is called `ghana'.
(3) The voice which does not sound harsh though loud, is described as `snigdha'. This also refers to the `fluency' of producing the notes of high octaves.
(4) The voice that is pleasant at high notes is called `madhura'.
(5) `avadhanavan' is explained as a voice that is neither too loud nor too soft.
(6) `tristhanashobha' is that voice which is pleasant in producing the notes of all the three `sthanaas' (equivalent of registers).

Requirement and merits of the singing voice
(1) taara (sweetness in the high octaves).
(2) anudhvani (rich on account of harmonics).
(3) madhuryam (sweetness).
(4) raktih (attractive).
(5) gambhiryam (Full or loud).
(6) mardavaih (beautiful).
(7) ganata (rich).
(8) kanthih (smooth and bright)

Though the esthetics of voice was considered as a prime quality of a singer in many of the old literary works on music, "music - gnanam" (style of rendition) was given more importance than the voice (quality and appeal) of the singer. This idea ruled over the minds of the music critiques to such an extent that singers with not-so-good voices were more often acknowledged for their expertise in music than those with better voice quality. The importance of `Voice' to singers was not emphasized much even during their training periods. But nowadays the voice culture and improvement awareness has come to all music learners across India. «less

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Saukat 15 Jul in  Singing classes

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C A Girish replied | 05 Aug

Choose your time (30 mints to 3 hrs). Important thing is consistency...maintain it

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Vinod replied | 05 Sep

30 mins to 1 hour minimum

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Mohammed Haroon replied | 05 Aug

NO

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Mohammed Haroon replied | 05 Aug

NO, but it depends what you expect from the kid.

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Vandana 15 Jul in  Singing classes

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Bandana replied | 28 Jul

voice yoga

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Vinod replied | 03 Sep

Based on voice lessons. Check out my pdf documents for some tips

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Mohammed Haroon replied | 27 Jul

Yes, of course you can, Many singers does that.

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Vinod replied | 05 Sep

Yes definitely

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Vikrant 15 Jul in  Singing classes

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Vinod replied | 05 Sep

Yes obviously it is important

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Sikha replied | 07 Sep

Yes it is very important.I play tabla when I teach palta or alankar.

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Raj 15 Jul in  Singing classes

Why do I stop running out of breath when I sing?

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Mohammed Haroon replied | 27 Jul

Simple problem that is called poor breath management and in other word lack of basic and the most important technique which is support and breath pressure.

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Vinod replied | 05 Sep

It is because of the lack in your breathing. Practice breathing exercises and understand the breath control for singing

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Yash 15 Jul in  Singing classes

Should I use my nose or my mouth to breathe while singing?

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C A Girish replied | 05 Aug

U may have to use both...

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Vinod replied | 05 Sep

Nose breathing happens as regular. But mouth breath is what you should practice and bring under control for the better sustain on the lyrics and swaras.

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Amandeep 15 Jul in  Singing classes

What is a good dynamic level to practice singing?

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Mohammed Haroon replied | 27 Jul

if you are not hurting your vocal chords and not pushing or squeezing your neck then that level is fine.

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Manju replied | 28 Jul

carnatic music

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Shivani 15 Jul in  Singing classes

Should your vocal technique be the same for choral singing as it is for solo singing?

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Manju replied | 28 Jul

no

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Bandana replied | 28 Jul

solo

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Chai 15 Jul in  Singing classes

Why should I bother so much about my tone quality while singing with a microphone?

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Mohammed Haroon replied | 27 Jul

if you learn a proper technique then you dont have to.

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Manju replied | 28 Jul

in microphone voice will come clear

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