washy21 Posted October 13, 2014 Share Posted October 13, 2014 Hi All Could I ask some opinions please: is it worth continuing with a song that you feel does not suit your voice? In my case the song is Sting's Fields of Gold. The best (male) renditions I hear of this song - including Sting's, - all seem to have a fair bit of breath in the vocal delivery and I assume that this kind of vocal delivery portrays a sense of intimacy that is congruent with the songs meaning. I am a novice singer, currently studying the four pillars of singing, but whilst I feel as though I am making progress in other songs this particular song is really frustrating me because my voice is far more focused in tone and I can't seem to get sufficent control to put it across. As I understand it a breathy voice is generally frowned upon, or have I got this wrong? Here is a cover that I discovered which illustrates what I mean. Hope this makes sense. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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