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Thread #138028   Message #3158176
Posted By: The Sandman
21-May-11 - 11:26 AM
Thread Name: What exactly does 'Sing in your own voice' mean?
Subject: RE: What exactly does 'Sing in your own voice'
On the other hand there does appear to be a stylised, post-War Revival 'folk voice' - especially among male English singers - a rather nasal sound which is instantly recognisable."
but even if a singer breathes through his nose, it may be by accident.
Secondly the nasal singers being referred to all differ from one another, outside of the common factor that they are breathing in through their nose, they are individually recognisable.
Shimrod you are breathing hot air, your statement is as ridiculous as saying that peter pears and count mcormick sound the same because they are not breathing through their nose, they do not sound the same and both are instantly recognisable.