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Singing in Tune: Book Release

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with Judy Niemack, March 8, 3PM ET

  • 15 US dollars
  • Online

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Judy comes on to discuss the techniques in newest book in the "Hear It and Sing It" series, Singing in Tune. This collection features workouts for the contemporary vocalist and includes: transcriptions of all exercises; tips for practicing; daily warm ups; intervals, from a minor second to an octave; chromatic workouts with lyrics; arpeggios to increase range; listening and repertoire suggestions; and more. The online audio tracks provide examples sung by Judy Niemack; accompaniment-only tracks; a fun way to practice on your own or in the classroom. A virtuosic jazz singer and educator, Judy Niemack is recognized for her deeply lyrical style and harmonically adept vocalese technique. Mentored by Warne Marsh, Niemack emerged in the '70s with her debut LP By Heart. She also paired with Cedar Walton for 1989's Blue-Bop and released a string of standards albums, including 1996's Night and the Music, 2003's About Time, 2007's Blue Nights, and 2017's Listening to You. Though a regular presence on the New York scene, Niemack has spent decades living in Europe where she has taught jazz singing as a professor at Jazz Institut Berlin and the Basque School of Higher Music in Spain. In 2022, she was joined by guest saxophonist Eric Alexander on What's Love, and returned to reside in the New York City Jazz Scene.

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