Squeezing, Squishing and Specifics

Sometimes there are just too many possibilities. August was so jam-packed for me it’s hard to know what to pick out for a blog. The novel edits? The singing course in a mud-and-turf field centre in Gloucestershire? The harp and Hummingbirds concerts in Somerset and Cambridgeshire? The Writers’ Summer School in Derbyshire? All were big learning curves and I could go on and on. But blogs shouldn’t be too long. I have to touch on the singing course ('Colours of the Voice' led by Michael Deason-Barrow) because it was such an eye-opener. We tried an array of different styles: popular belt, breathy-girly, gravelly jazz and pure-tone early classical, to name but a few. We covered various vocal tech

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