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How to Sing Diagram - Diagram in How to Sing by Lilli Lehmann."Red lines denote vocal sensations of soprano and tenor singers" New York: Macmillan,

The Cannabis Manifesto

The Cannabis Manifesto - Do we really equate potheads with "rising up" to do anything? Also, as pot tends to mess with memory, maybe it should be Re-educate?

Check out the infographic for better vocal health. Includes links to vocals warm-up and work-out exercises.

Educational infographic & Data Check out the infographic for better vocal health. Includes links to vocals warm. Image Description Check out the infograp

This came from a good source. Someone commented, "Is this just a ball park estimate?" lol

Back to quantum physics: remove all the space within the atoms making up the human body, and every person who's ever lived would fit inside a baseball.

Fascinating advice from a book published in 1902---much of it still resonates (ha ha!)

How to Sing, While Only Slightly Overthinking It

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How To Sing: A 1902 Illustrated Guide from the Great German Opera Singer Lilli Lehmann

man holding his skin by Urijamjari, via Flickr #wearabletech #IOT #internetofthings #activitytrackers

Plastination is a technique or process used in anatomy to preserve bodies or body parts, first developed by Gunther von Hagens in

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Sing it out! You will feel so much better! "The only thing better than singing is more singing." - Ella Fitzgerald Songbird Quote Print // Block Print Art // Original // 11 x 14

How To Sing: Lilli Lehmann’s Illustrated Guide, 1902 | Brain Pickings

How To Sing: A 1902 Illustrated Guide from the Great German Opera Singer Lilli Lehmann

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