How to Learn Singing “No More Words” from Berlin

Mastering Berlin’s “No More Words”

Singing “No More Words” by Berlin, like any song, requires understanding of the song’s structure, lyrics, melody, rhythm, and the specific vocal techniques used. Terri Nunn’s strong and clear vocal delivery in the song is centered around a few key techniques that will be explained.

Finding Your Range

Firstly, use our Vocal range test to determine whether the song is within your vocal range. If the song is out of your range, consider transposing it to fit comfortably within your voice.

Understanding Twang

One of the key styles in “No More Words” is the use of twang – a clear, strong, and somewhat nasally resonance. Refer to our article about contemporary twang for more explanation and try the twang exercise video to practice this vocal technique.

The use of twang can also be heard in other popular songs like “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston and “Sweet Child O’ Mine” by Guns N’ Roses.

Practicing the Melody and Rhythm

Use our Vocal Pitch Monitor to practice the melody of “No More Words”. This tool will let you see how accurately you’re hitting each note. For better pitch accuracy, try the Pitch accuracy test.

Breathing and Articulation

Proper breathing technique and articulation are crucial for this song. Refer to our articles on Breathing basics and Articulation.

Emotional Expression

Lastly, expressing the emotions and connecting with the audience is vital. Brush up on this by referring to our meditation on singing.

The Song’s Journey

Always remember – learning a song is as much about enjoying the journey as it is about the final performance. When you’re armed with the right techniques and exercises, you can confidently master ‘No More Words’ by Berlin and any other song you choose.