Singin

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American sangster Harry Belafonte, in 1954.

Singin is the act o producin muisical soonds wi the voice, an augments regular speech bi the uise o baith tonality an rhythm. ane who sings is cried a sangster or vocalist. Sangsters perform muisic (arias, recitatives, sangs, etc.) that can be sung either wi or athoot accompaniment bi muisical graiths. Singin is aften done in a group o ither muisickers, such as in a choir o sangsters wi different voice ranges, or in an ensemble wi instrumentalists, such as a rock group or baroque ensemble.

In many respects human sang is a form o sustained speech, nearly onyane able tae speak can sing an aw. Singin can be formal or informal, arrangit or improvisit. It mey be done for pleasur, comfort, ritual, education, or profit. Excellence in singin mey require time, dedication, instruction, an regular practice. If practice is done on a regular basis then the soonds are said tae be mair clear an strang.[1] Profeesional sangsters uisually build their careers aroond ane specific muisical genre, such as clessical or rock. They teepically tak voice trainin providit bi voice teachers or vocal coaches throuoot their careers.

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  1. Falkner, Keith, ed. (1983). Voice. Yehudi Menuhin music guides. London: MacDonald Young. p. 26. ISBN 0-356-09099-X. OCLC 10418423. 

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