We may not like to accept it, but our bodies do change as we get older, and it’s rarely for the better. And when it comes to the ageing voice there are a variety of changes that the elderly person may experience.
Symptoms such as altered vocal range, increased levels of effort when singing, unstable tone, reduced volume and difficulty when moving between registers might all be experienced by the older singer. So, what’s causing these changes, and more importantly, can you delay or avoid altogether the seemingly inevitable?
If you’re over the age of fifty, then this video has been specially crafted for you. If you’re under the age of fifty, then, all things being equal, one day you will be fifty plus and this information about your voice and singing in the later years will be super helpful. As they say, forewarned is forearmed. So, regardless of age…stick around if you want to learn more about the ageing singing voice.
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