Neck, Jaw and Tongue Tension While Singing – Mendy Hecht – Case Study

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Mendy Hecht had neck, jaw and tongue tension while singing.  His voice was so scratchy and rough it was a “gravel pit”.   He was embarrassed to open his mouth.  In this case study, Mendy shares his singing journey from discouragement to a new and exciting way to sing.

 

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Chuck Gilmore

Chuck Gilmore

If you want to do more with your singing voice it is possible. This is the first and most important message. It is possible to achieve your dreams to sing better, to sing higher, and to add beauty, confidence and power to your voice!

I know this because I’ve experienced a real change in my voice. I am reaching my dreams to sing and perform. You can find happiness and fulfillment with your singing too!!

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  1. Hi Angela: In time you will find that you sing by feel…not even by sound…but by feel. As you get more experience you will begin to realize you don’t need to see it. You can do it anyway!

  2. I have very similar issues and similar questions as to why is there so much tension on neck muscles, throat tension etc. vocal chords coming together ??? how do we do that when we can’t see whats happening inside

    its a slow long process but I know I’m getting there thanks to all the exercises

    angela

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