Tuesday, August 10, 2010


Are you an aspiring lyricist or composer? Go to the "Submit a Psalm or Hymn" page at NewSong and send your compositions for inclusion on the site. If your work fits our criteria of truth, beauty, goodness, excellence, fitness for worship, etc., we'll be glad to add your work to our list. Take a look and see what we have up already, and make sure you listen to the beautiful rendition of The Apostle's Creed by Amber Fisher. Watch for additions from Jamie Soles, Brian Nolder, and John Fleischmann....real soon!

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Heart & Voice Podcast #1

Take a listen over at Heart & Voice....our first podcast in a series on Singing to the Lord with Joy & Skill. This is some of the material you will experience in a live Singing School...so schedule one at your church, or school, or homeschool group!

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Learn to sing...Better!

Former Houghton College music professor, Ted Norton, has a great site filled lots of good stuff to help you sing better...joyfully and skillfully to the Lord. Heart & Voice is happy to recommend his contribution!

Here's is the outline:

1. Music Reading for Singers - Sight Singing
2. Memorizing Music
3. Rhythm
4. How Well Do I Sing? - A Checklist
5. Singing Better Thru Proper Breathing
6. Singing Better Thru Register Understanding
7. Singing Better Thru Vowel & Consonant Understanding
8. Intonation - Singing In Tune
9. Learning To Harmonize
10. Vocal Health, Warm-Ups & Singing Craft
11. Understanding Chord Members
12. Acoustics - The Science of Sound
13. Inaccurate Singing - Children & Adults
14. Chapter and Quartet Management
15. Working With Middle School Boys

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Spring is not that far away....

Why haven't you scheduled a Heart & Voice Singing School for your church or Christian school group?? Take a look at our Singing School page and see what we do.

Friday, January 22, 2010

New stuff at the H&V website...

....4-part harmony videos, children's rounds, new hymn arrangements. Take a look here.