Singing Guide: Trio Lescano

Singing Guide: Trio Lescano

Vocal technique, exercises, tips and relevant resources

Are you a beginner or advanced singer?

Trio Lescano was an Italian vocal group formed in 1936 and active throughout the 1940s and 1950s. The trio consisted of three sisters, all gifted singers: Liliana, Caterina, and Maria Pia Lescano. They were famous for their close harmony and for singing in multiple languages.

To learn singing like Trio Lescano, it's essential to focus on vocal harmony. Listening to their songs and practicing them with a group can help you improve your harmony skills. Some of their most famous songs include "Tulipan," "Tu non mi vuoi bene," and "Mamma, quel vino e' generoso."

To improve your vocal technique and discover new concepts, Singing Carrots offers a variety of articles and exercises. To achieve good vocal control, it's crucial to understand your voice's characteristics and range. The Vocals Range Test can help you discover your voice type and range, and the Vocal Pitch Monitor can help you see your sung notes on a virtual piano.

To improve your breathing technique and breath control, try the Farinelli Breathing Exercise, as well as the article on Breath Support. Additionally, the Open Mouth & Throat and How Posture Affects Your Singing articles provide practical tips for better sound quality and projection.

To develop a pop/jazz style, try out the exercises provided by Singing Carrots to practice contemporary vocal techniques like Heavy Modal, Twang, and Belting, as described in the contemporary vocal techniques article, plus use the Vibrato or Finger Bite exercises for articulation.

Finally, for performing on stage, we recommend the Tips for Performing on Stage article and the Relaxing Breath exercise. Learn how to control stage fright with the How to Overcome Stage Fright article.

Now that you know what resources are available, get practicing to sing like Trio Lescano today!

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