How to Learn Singing “Healing Incantation” from Tangled

Learning to Sing “Healing Incantation” from Tangled

The song “Healing Incantation” from the Tangled movie is known for its delicate, almost fairy-like quality, largely due to the vocal technique used by the singer. The technique here is known as Light Modal or Falsetto, a vocal mechanism that allows for lighter and breathier singing often used in pop and classical music. It’s the same technique present in songs like “Wuthering Heights” by Kate Bush or “Creep” by Radiohead.

The first step in learning to sing “Healing Incantation” or any song effectively is an understanding of your voice. Our voice analysis blog will help you. If you need to find your voice type, check our voice types blog. These can guide you in understanding your unique vocal character.

Next, focusing on breath and posture is crucial. Visit our articles that cover breathing basics, breath support, and how posture affects your singing to harness the right control and poise.

For pitch accuracy, which is key for “Healing Incantation,” use our pitch accuracy test for practice.

One of the unique characteristics of “Healing Incantation” is the breathy yet controlled vocals. Learning how to use the Light Modal voice effectively without tiring out your vocal cords can be tricky, but our article on voice registers can help. Remember, it’s all about gentle control and not force. Aggressive singing can lead to strain or even vocal health issues.

Lastly, don’t forget to connect emotionally with the song. Singing is not just about hitting the right notes, but also delivering the emotions of the piece. “Healing Incantation” is a soothing lullaby, and controlling your emotions while singing can make your performance captivating and authentic. For that, we have an article on singing with intuition, skills, emotion, and thinking.

Take it step by step, and remember, the intention is to enjoy singing! For more tools and resources, feel free to explore our website: from vocal range test and vocal pitch monitor to our singing course.