How to Learn Singing “Angel of Small Death & the Codeine Scene” from Hozier

Unlocking the Mystery of ‘Angel of Small Death & the Codeine Scene’ by Hozier

‘Angel of Small Death & the Codeine Scene’ by Hozier features a unique blend of folk and soul while demonstrating impressive vocal prowess. Understanding and implementing vocal techniques used in this song could significantly improve your singing skills.

Analyzing the Song and Your Voice

Starting, utilize the vocal range test to analyze your voice. This song ranges from C#4 – F#5 so make sure you can hit these notes comfortably. Further detail on voice analysis can be read here.

Vocal Techniques: Mix Voice & Emotional Singing

The main vocal technique in the song is the use of Mix Voice – a blend of chest and head voice. Hozier showcases a control of Mix Voice in delivering powerful, resonant high notes. Learn about Mix Voice in this video.

Another notable aspect is the emotional connection. Hozier sings with a inherent feel to the song’s narrative, using intuition, skills, emotion, and thinking.

Practice Tips

An effective learning strategy is to divide the song into sections and learn each part methodically. Use Vocal Pitch Monitor to listen and replicate accurately. Practice from soft and lower pitch gradually to higher pitch, maintaining proper breath support. Prevent constriction by following the tips here.

Replicate Hozier’s unique sound with the same power and emotional connection. Keep your throat open and take on each phrase with intent. Your authentic voice is always important, learn about finding your unique style.

Final Thoughts

‘Angel of Small Death & the Codeine Scene’ is a beautiful song to work on, improving not just your vocal range but also emotional singing. For more guided practice, try out our 21-lesson singing course.

Remember, every expert was once a beginner. Happy singing!