Western authors supporting VocalPosture’s philosophy

There are some Western singing instructors who also teach compatible approaches to VocalPosture.   Alan Green’s “The New Voice”, and Mark Baxter’s “Rock and Roll Singer’s Survival Manual”, both published by Hal Leonard, both advocate first establishing vocal structure and posture.   Both don’t believe that the usage of learning to sing by hearing one’s singing is productive.  VocalPosture’s difference from these is that VocalPosture suggests that once the posture is correctly formed, the vocal structure will automatically form, then self-hearing is correct, and for most people, then their divine singing capacity will emerge (as Zen Buddhism would suggest).

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