Five Note Ascending Scale In this exercise, choose a 'hum' or a forward vowel like 'E', keeping the sound in a forward placement. 2.63 MB
Yah Ha-ha-ha (5 note scale) Keeping one hand on your core, make sure to engage the core muscles to achieve a 'lift' in the sound. 2.42 MB
3-5-8 (on 'you') In one breath and keeping the notes connected, you will sing the three note scale, to the five note and then the 8 note on 'you'. Optimal (forward) placement and conservation of breath is the goal. 2.68 MB
Nee-Yah Starting with a slid or "smeared" octave, and ending in an 8 note descending scale (1x). The goal is to keep everything connected and lift as you descend, 3.85 MB
Panofka No. 1- High Voice - Slower (60 bpm) This version of No. 1 (scale diatoniche) for HIGH VOICE is played a little slower, making it easier to maneuver the scales. The ultimate goal is to build vocal dexterity, singing each note clear and precise. 6.26 MB
Panofka No. 1 - High Voice - Moderato (89 bpm) This is the same as the previous recording, only faster, or the intended tempo (Moderato) 4.21 MB
Panofka No. 1 - Low Voice - Slower (60 bpm) This version of No. 1 (scale diatoniche) for LOW VOICE is played a little slower, making it easier to maneuver the scales. The ultimate goal is to build vocal dexterity, singing each note clear and precise. 6.25 MB
Panofka No. 1 - Low Voice - Moderato (89 bpm) This is the same as the previous recording, only faster, or the intended tempo (Moderato) 4.28 MB
Panofka PDF - Soprano, Mezzo, Tenor PDF of Panofka - 24 Vocalises for HIGH voice. 4.63 MB
Panofka PDF - Alto, Baritone, Bass PDF of Panofka - 24 Vocalises for LOW voice 3.34 MB