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The Vocal Paradox

Learn How to Access Your Expressive and Authentic Voice
Narrated by: Anette Nørgaard
Length: 6 hrs and 7 mins
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The Vocal Paradox is about voice training for speech and song.

Voice teacher Anette Nørgaard builds a bridge over the scientific, practical and artistic skillsets needed to know and use your voice for impactful, expressive, and authentic communication.

The book is aimed at all levels of voice use proficiency.

Anette takes you though her system of voice training which includes basic vocal exercises and functionality but her system also include guidance to the more mental, emotional and spiritual elements of voice use.

Anette takes you through her concepts of how to achieve core-sound and introduce and explain the vocal identity types.

She will make you want to dig deeper into what it means to express yourself fully and truly individually though and with your voice, and give you a deeper understanding of the vocal paradox.

About the Author:

Anette Nørgaard is a teaching artist in New York City. She is a singer, songwriter and actor, who has worked and studied in her native Denmark, London and New York in musicals, theater, concerts, music venues, and voice overs. She is a recording artist, a musician, and an entrepreneur.

©2019 Anette Nørgaard (P)2019 Anette Nørgaard

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I saw this was new and I rifle through SO much material on vocals . I thought "Here we go , one more." Just a couple of hours in , I'm surprised at how different and thorough this is , it actually articulates things I've been thinking , but not all the way through. I'm really impressed with this one , not just a clumsy pitch.