Singing Guide: Elly Stone

Singing Guide: Elly Stone

Vocal technique, exercises, tips and relevant resources

Are you a beginner or advanced singer?

Elly Stone was a talented singer and actress, perhaps best known for her performances in Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. Elly Stone has a unique vocal technique that can be emulated by following these tips:

  • Work on breath control: Learning to control your breath is critical to developing a strong singing voice. Focus on belly breathing and diaphragmatic support.
  • Sing with emotion: Elly Stone was known for her ability to convey emotion through her singing. Sing songs that really resonate with you and learn how to convey that emotion through your voice.
  • Practice voice placement: Focus on where you are placing your voice in your body. Elly Stone's technique often involved placing her voice in the upper part of her chest.
  • Experiment with vibrato: Elly Stone used a wide range of vibrato techniques in her singing. Experiment with different vibrato styles to find the one that best suits your voice.
  • Work on articulation: Clear articulation is key to conveying the emotional content of a song. Practice enunciating your words clearly and with purpose.

If you want to learn more about these techniques, Singing Carrots has many articles and exercises to help you. For example, read the article on "Singing with Vibrato" to learn how to perfect your vibrato, or try the "Chest Voice Explained" exercise to improve voice placement.

Elly Stone's music is a great place to start if you want to learn more about her unique vocal style. Try singing along with "Carousel" or "Amsterdam" to practice your breath control and voice placement. Or, if you want to work on your articulation, try "Marieke" or "I Loved". All of these songs are available through the Singing Carrots song search tool.

We hope these tips and resources will help you develop your own unique vocal style inspired by Elly Stone's incredible talent.

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