Learning to Sing “Evergreen” by Barbra Streisand
Barbra Streisand’s “Evergreen” is a perfect opportunity to explore nuanced singing techniques. Streisand’s execution, particularly her legato phrasing and control over dynamics in this song, are key focal points.
Identifying Song Techniques
Legato phrasing, where notes are connected smoothly, is heavily used throughout the song. This technique requires good breath control, available in our breath support article.
Dynamics in “Evergreen” are also notable with the song’s soft-to-loud gradient, as Streisand begins verses delicately and builds them to powerful climaxes. Discover more on mastering active and passive breathing.
Exploring Similar Vocal Techniques
Exploring songs with similar vocal techniques will assist in mastering “Evergreen”. Celine Dion’s “Because You Loved Me” uses legato phrasing and dynamics effectively too. Use our song search feature to find more songs with similar techniques.
Practical Singing Tips
Moreover, monitoring your pitch can elevate your mastery over the song. Our Vocal Pitch Monitor will aid you in mapping your sung notes to a virtual piano.
By analyzing, practicing, and embodying the song “Evergreen”, you’ll further develop your singing skills and expand your vocal repertoire.