Resources which are or could be used by singers.
Biographies, bibliographies, and other resources regarding African American performers and composers of Classical vocal music
Web-based ear training software written in Java. Includes instructions and FAQ.
Listen to any scale or chord being played. Includes a lot of unusual scales.
Formerly known as The New York Opera Newsletter. Includes event guides, forums, directories and magazine archives.
Information about techniques used by Danish singer Cathrine Sadolin. Includes FAQs, biography, and information about educational courses, books and CDs.
Ear, nose, and throat doctor's recommendations for hoarseness prevention and treatment.
Vocal training and technique, audition advice from directors.
International organization, dedicated to encouraging the highest standards of singing through excellence in teaching and the promotion of vocal education and research.
Free singing tips, vocal exercises and voice care information for all singers!
USA rock music contest site for singing, bands,poetry, etc.
An online resource for singers and voice teachers seeking information on vocal health and wellness.
Vocal training CD with hypnotherapy, posture and breathing exercises.
Free vocal advice for singers of ages and talent levels. Written by vocal coach Ken Taylor.
Writings and ruminations on spontaneous singing.
Matches singers with producers. Online singing contest. Upload your song and get feed back from others.
Articles, resources, repertoire for the voice teacher and/or student.
Mailing list and resource for singers and voice teachers. Includes printable sheet music, regional music guide, and information about perfect pitch and self hypnosis.
Resources for singers of all standards and styles. Includes lessons, articles, advice on singing, vocal health, songwriting and working in the music industry.
A growing library of popular classical, operetta and traditional backing tracks, as well as songs by little known composers, played on real piano. Some free songs and scales, instant access to pay-for MP3s.
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