Rag’n’Bone Man

You pick up your mother tongue through love and listening. You pick up your singing voice in the same way:

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Eliza Carthy & The Ratcatchers: The Good Old Way

Eliza Carthy weaves the ay, oy and y sounds  of The Good Old Way into a mesmerising tapestry of serious hope. The lines are short, most end in a y, but The Good Old Way is from repetitive. Y is one of those sounds that a singer can stretch, smooth, relish or dismiss:

If you sing in English, give y, and every sound it’s part of: ey, oy, ay, ry, ty etc. good attention. can fly or it can dampen. can be soft and romantic or it can be a clipped end to hope. It’s up to you.

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The Listening Service: Tom Service

 

BBC Radio 3: The Listening Service, with Tom Service
BBC Radio 3: The Listening Service, with Tom Service

It’s a BBC radio programme. It’s a podcast. It’s a store of animations. If you’re interested in music, of any flavour, Tom Service‘s programme will make you think, and help you think better:

If you’re a writer, try:

It’s a deep, delicious, musical treasure chest for listeners and creators. Enjoy!

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