Vocal Coach Reacts to Marcelito Pomoy The Prayer on Wish 107.5
Hello! Welcome to Beth Roars. I’m Beth. And today I’m going to be doing a vocal coach reacts to Marcelito Pomoy singing The Prayer Before we start you can find on facebook, twitter and instagram my handle is @bethroars And please do check out my website. www.bethroars.com Where you can see in-depth vocal technique blogs and you can also book a lesson from me I teach singing lessons in London and online I’ve had loads of requests for this guy and people keeping saying how amazing he is. I am super excited to listen to this. I’ve never heard him before. Okay, here we go. I wasn’t expecting that. It’s high, but like an angel. I mean he’s beautiful. What’s interesting is on those top notes he is really opening up. He doesn’t actually have a huge open mouth or big space in his mouth for those slightly lower notes. They are still very high. I love this light falsetto sound he’s got. It’s so pure. Okay! Ah! I love this! He’s both people! Warm. ahahah! Okay…now that I have had a little crazy fan girl moment, I can explain what is going on. I’ve got a friend who actually sings very much like this. He’s in the full chest voice and then he is flipping up into a completely different technique in this light falsetto sound which makes him sound like a girl. In his lower sound, I’m very impressed with his rolled ‘r’ I’m always impressed with that because I’m really rubbish at that, in the Italian. Lets just continue. Let’s just continue. I’m over-awed. I don’t know what to say. The transition between them is so quick! The different voice placements. Because it is completely different. Great. He’s done a lot of practice. What is interesting is that, that is as high as that sound at the start. That really flute-like girl sound. He’s placing it so differently that it sounds like a different voice. But it is actually as high. I’ve been talking about this with some friends. You can produce different tones, and this is because by the position of your larynx and all the shapes you make with your tongue and your mouth and the back of your throat here Can boost different harmonics in the sound so it can make it sound lower and warmer or light and flute-like dependant on the size and shape of the spaces anywhere between your larynx and where the sound comes out. Oh! I love it! It’s such a strong sound at the top of his range there. It’s amazing. I love it. And he’s not just flipping between head voice and chest voice He’s also flipping between classical technique and pop technique. Although it is a pop/opera sort of song. so it isn’t full classical opera technique It is so difficult to flip that quickly It’s so difficult to flip that quickly between the different techniques So he’s done a great job There is a lovely thing. He’s flipping up into a lighter sound in the man voice and it doesn’t sound like how he’s placing it in his woman voice. I shouldn’t call it that, is he trying to be the woman? He’s trying to be Celine Dion, isn’t he. He will be making different shapes to make the different sounds. To boost certain harmonics that then give him a different tone. Wow! Wow! That was so cool! I love it! What I particularly liked about him is that he could sing high without flipping into the Celine Dion voice. And, still stay as Bocelli. Oh! I loved it. I really did. I might just go and show my pal downstairs. I also liked how he added little moment where it felt like I’m pretending that this is a little bit hard He’s definitely pretending. Everything is so easy, and you can tell his whole body is relaxed That is a key to singing, people think that it is all about effort And you often see singers and they look like… They have this strong angry performance face He’s achieving that sound by just relaxing and allowing his body to do what it needs to do to make the sound Tension is the enemy of singers. And he did not have any tension Thank you for watching! I hope you did. If you did please like and subscribe You can find me on facebook, twitter and instagram My handle is @bethroars You can also check out my website www.bethroars.com Where you can see my blogs and you can also book a singing lesson from me I do lessons in London UK and online if you live across the seas. Alright! See you in the next one! Bye!