There’s so large a variety of music available these days that make it difficult to decide, which would be appropriate for singing. Here’s an introduction to the kind of vocal music available today and how you can make a selection. These ideas will soon enable you to compile a list of many good songs to sing.
Some Great Songs to Sing to
Expanding Your Range
At the outset, it’s imperative that you must like what you are going to sing. Identify your preferred artists and the kind of music you like. These two factors will prove to be the most helpful in taking a right decision on your part.
Once you get at ease with singing the music you are familiar with, you can afford to take some risk. Think about expanding your range by considering exploring different types of music. The more varied are your choices, the sooner your singing will improve on the whole. Try some songs from opera or shows. Classical singing is a great art worth exploring. Take care not to exceed your limits at the initial stages. You can find many helpful sources on the Internet, and also published books that categorize songs as per their difficulty levels.
Select music falling within your capabilities, technical and otherwise too. Depending upon your experience, try songs with some degree of a challenge that makes it exciting to learn and sing, without impairing your voice. Simultaneously, reserve a couple of easy pieces that you can sing and enjoy, for after all we sing for enjoying only.
Another consideration when selecting good songs is to know your ultimate goal. Would you like to go for auditions, concerts or competitions or would you just like to sing informally and derive pleasure? You may consider singing in a choir for improving your skills. If you are aiming for a specific performance, many other questions come to mind, like the kind of concert and the expectations of the crowd there. You’ll need to modify your choice of music for every concert.
Consider also the good songs to sing for a beginner, who has started to show good progress in his/her aptitude for singing. For this, draw up a list of songs, and you will be really happy when you experience the excitement of finding a good new song with appealing music, which is a difficult task as you will have to coordinate several factors, chief among them being your vocal range, besides the suitability of the song for the event in question.
Lastly, try something in diverse languages. There are great musical creations in German, French and Italian or any other language of this world. Be daring to try any one of them. You’ll find it worthwhile to have a helping hand, that enables you to pick up the right pronunciation of the chosen new language. It’s great fun selecting good songs to sing.
It would do you good to bear these points in mind. You should also realize that mixing the familiar with the unfamiliar keeps your interest afresh. Music is an ongoing process of learning, the more you learn, the more enjoyable it becomes!
Good Songs to Sing for a Talent Show
Taylor Swift – Teardrops On My Guitar
Joe Jackson – One More Time
Selena Gomez – We Own The Night
Cyndi Lauper – Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
Avril Lavigne – Keep Holding On
The Rolling Stones – Paint it Black
Cyndi Lauper – Time After Time
The Beatles – Across the Universe
Christina Aguilera – Beautiful
Kayak – Ruthless Queen
Sara Bareilles – king of anything
Relient K – I Don’t Need a Soul
Pink – Less Yhan Perfect
Paramore – Brick by Boring Brick
Bette Midler – The Rose
Rihanna – California King Bed
Jonathan Coulton – When You Go
Selena Gomez – Love You Like a Love Song
Fergie – Big Girls Dont Cry
Most Popular Karaoke Songs
Abba – Waterloo
Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody
Frank Sinatra – My Way
Abba – Dancing Queen
Robbie Williams – Angels
Madonna – Like a Virgin
Kylie Minogue – I Should Be So Lucky
Elton John – Don’t Go Breaking My Heart
Queen – Don’t Stop Me Now
Rolling Stones – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
Tom Jones – Delilah
Frank Sinatra – New York, New York
Bonnie Tyler – Total Eclipse of the Heart
Ricky Martin – Livin’ La Vida Loca
Bon Jovi – Livin’ on a Prayer
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