‘He who sings frightens away his ills.’ Miguel De CervantesIt’s official: singing is good for you. Singing delivers a host of physical and emotional benefits including lower heart pressure, increased aerobic exercise, improved breathing, posture, mindset, confidence and self-esteem. Whether you do it alone or in a choir, singing will help you find the rhythm in your life.
Sing examines the culture and history of singing, why we sing, the mechanics of sound, what it is to sing, how to take control of your voice and get creative. The book also tackles how to exercise your inner instrument and overcome your fear of singing.
Drawing on singing teacher Rosie Dow’s extensive work and experience in singing, this book offers expert guidance and practical exercises to cultivate emotional and physical wellbeing.
Crucially, anyone can do it – you just need to find your voice!