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Fach - voice parts (which can be soprano (high female), mezzo soprano (medium female), alto (low female), contralto (low richer toned female). Tenor (high male), countertenor (falsetto voiced male), baritone (midtone male), bass (low male)
Colla Voce - follow the voice (the accompaniment should follow what the voice is doing speed/tempo-wise
Head voice - resonating more in the head
Chest voice - resonating more from the chest
Nasal tone- ugly tone sounds country singer-ish, sound is vibrating in the nose mostly
Belting - projecting the voice with power that is more
"shout" and less support. (think show tunes)
Coloratura- fast singing that is very showy (mostly sopranos)
Fermata - hold the note until conductor cuts you off
Solfege - the scale in Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Ti Do
Major and Minor modes - happy and sad keys
Breath Support - breathing through the nose, filling the lungs and supporting the sound to make a stronger more beautiful sound
Phrasing - breathing at the right point so sentences are in one breath, commas get little breaks, and so on.
Intonation - the tone one is singing that can be sharp, flat, nasal, strident, breathy , or well-supported and lovely
Dark voice - more covered, rounder tones
Bright voice - more open
Vocal Health - keeping the voice healthy by avoiding certain habits and foods
(Ok, there are many more, but these are the ones that were on the top of my head.)
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