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People who love to sing tend to force their voices. This is not bad, but such force cannot really engender spiritual emotions

 
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People who love to sing tend to force their voices. This is not bad, but such force cannot really engender spiritual emotions
"People who love to sing tend to force their voices. This is not bad, but such force cannot really engender spiritual emotions. They would do better to emphasize feeling, for feelings have nuances and therefore a subtler life, and the voice thus becomes more expressive. If they also add light to their interpretation, in other words a thought, the song fulfils its true mission. Singing loudly can produce impressive results, but it fails to touch the subtlest regions of the soul and spirit. Force must be present only as a raw material on which feeling works to render it expressive and thought works to give it purpose."

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Re: People who love to sing tend to force their voices. This is not bad, but such force cannot really engender spiritual emotions
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Re: People who love to sing tend to force their voices. This is not bad, but such force cannot really engender spiritual emotions
Most pop singers today would do better to actually sing rather than just shriek out some notes as loud as they can....a la Whitney Houston.

Loud and crazy shrieky is not all that good.

THey all, especially female singers, could take a few lessons from Lena Horne and Ella Fitzgerald who never yelled their songs at people.

Time for that style to just go away along with all the Rap-crap and the Hip-Hop Horribles.
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Re: People who love to sing tend to force their voices. This is not bad, but such force cannot really engender spiritual emotions
Yep, you can't beat a song sung from the heart
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Re: People who love to sing tend to force their voices. This is not bad, but such force cannot really engender spiritual emotions
"People who love to sing tend to force their voices. This is not bad, but such force cannot really engender spiritual emotions. They would do better to emphasize feeling, for feelings have nuances and therefore a subtler life, and the voice thus becomes more expressive. If they also add light to their interpretation, in other words a thought, the song fulfils its true mission. Singing loudly can produce impressive results, but it fails to touch the subtlest regions of the soul and spirit. Force must be present only as a raw material on which feeling works to render it expressive and thought works to give it purpose."

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