How to Learn Singing “Fly Me to the Moon” from Once Around

How to Learn Singing “Fly Me to the Moon” – Incorporating Unique Vocal Technique

Learning how to sing a particular song requires a combination of technique, practice, and understanding the unique elements that make the song stand out. In this article, we will explore the steps to learn “Fly Me to the Moon,” a timeless classic made famous by Frank Sinatra.

Step 1: Vocal Analysis

Before diving into the song, it’s important to analyze your voice. Take our vocal analysis
test to determine your vocal range and identify the areas where you can shine in this song.

Step 2: Understand Your Voice Type

Every singer has a unique voice type. Read our article on voice types
to determine your classification. This will help you understand the strengths and limitations of your voice.

Step 3: Breath Control and Technique

In “Fly Me to the Moon,” breath control plays a crucial role. Improve your breathing technique with our article on
breathing basics
and learn about breath support.
These techniques are vital in achieving the smooth phrasing and sustained notes required for this song.

Step 4: Vocal Registers and Break

Understanding vocal registers is essential to master “Fly Me to the Moon.” Learn about voice registers and vocal breaks in our comprehensive article on
voice registers and vocal breaks.
Discover how to transition between chest voice and head voice seamlessly for the expressive nuances of this song.

Step 5: Articulation and Diction

To capture the essence of “Fly Me to the Moon,” focus on articulation and diction. Check out our article on
to improve your clarity and pronunciation. Practice vocal exercises that help you enunciate every word with precision.

Step 6: Emotional Connection

Connecting emotionally with the song is crucial for a captivating performance. Explore our article on
singing with intuition, skills, emotion, and thinking
for practical tips to connect deeply with the lyrics and convey the intended emotions in “Fly Me to the Moon.”

Step 7: Unique Vocal Technique – Phrasing and Crooning

“Fly Me to the Moon” is known for its smooth phrasing and crooning style. To master this technique, study the performances of Frank Sinatra and note how he effortlessly glides through the phrases.

One popular song that also showcases this unique vocal technique is “Once Around” by Michael Bublé. Listen to “Once Around” and observe how Bublé incorporates smooth phrasing and crooning similar to “Fly Me to the Moon.”

Step 8: Utilize Singing Carrots Resources

Singing Carrots offers several resources to aid your learning process. Here are some valuable tools you can use: