Dynamic Singing

by Nemanja Filipovic

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  • Hi guys, this is my Dynamic singing lesson. We have 3 things that makes a song good in dynamic way. First, there is music that is going with the melody (vocal), then there are lyrics, and the melody that we are singing. Here we have a very emotional verse. First, vocal is in the main spot (in verse) because of the simplicity and music setup (piano and voice).

    First time the chorus comes out is the time where we see that dynamic difference between verse and the second, stronger chorus. That chorus is actually the same (words and melody) but besides stronger singing, basic set up of your body is changed and your voice is getting a different color. Lyrics are in the game here too, they have a strong and emotional story, and their contribution is equal to the melody (vocal) as I to a relation to music itself.

    Key: A minor

    Tempo : 80 bpm and 4/4


    Soldiers are gone, leaving behind
    the war they started...

    Time time isn't time, it's all
    we have left to cry, don't bother,

    To come again, to save our souls,
    we are the ones, that war hurt
    the most..

    It's all in there minds,
    the games and the signs,
    fighting for us, yeah, never for us
    choosing the path, that want hurt
    your heart, what have we done, and what
    will become from us.

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