Singing Guide: Beny More
Vocal technique, exercises, tips and relevant resources
Beny Moré: How to Sing Like Him
Beny Moré was a Cuban singer and bandleader who gained worldwide fame during the 1950s with his rhythmic musical style combining Afro-Cuban rhythm and big band arrangements. He was a versatile singer with a baritone voice and the ability to perform boleros, son montuno, mambo, and other popular Cuban music genres, with great skill and emotion.
Skills to Develop
- Breathing: To properly sing Beny Moré’s songs, you need to work on your breathing techniques. Singing requires a lot of breath control, and you need to have enough air to sustain notes and phrases. Singing Carrots' Breathing basics and Breath support articles can help you improve your breathing technique.
- Voice Register: Mastering the transition between chest voice and head voice is essential if you want to sing like Beny Moré. Singing Carrots' Voice registers & vocal break article is an excellent resource to learn about voice registers.
- Open mouth and throat: Beny Moré's singing style is characterized by an open and resonant tone. Singing Carrots' Open mouth & throat article explains how to achieve a relaxed and open mouth and throat for better resonance.
- Articulation: Pronouncing words clearly and accurately is essential to convey the emotions in Beny Moré's songs. Singing Carrots' Articulation article can help you improve your diction.
- Listen to Beny Moré’s songs: Listening to Beny Moré’s songs is the best way to understand his unique style and get a feel for his singing technique. You can find some of his most iconic songs like “Como Fue,” “Bonito y Sabroso,” and "El Barbaro del Ritmo" on Singing Carrots' song search feature.
- Warm-up exercises: Before singing, you should warm up your voice to avoid strain and injury. Singing Carrots' Pitch Training tool provides interactive vocal warm-ups and exercises to help you warm up your voice and improve your pitch accuracy.
- Practice with a piano or guitar: Beny Moré's songs are often accompanied by piano or guitar, making them easier to practice with. Singing Carrots' Vocal Pitch Monitor tool allows you to see your sung notes on a virtual piano and can be a great resource for practicing.
- Analyze your voice: Analyzing your voice can help you identify areas where you need improvement. Singing Carrots' How to analyze your voice article offers helpful tips on self-evaluation and vocal improvement.
By incorporating these vocal techniques and practical tips, you can learn to sing like Beny Moré and perform his iconic songs with skill and emotion.