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Vocal music is the art of combining music and language. Although it is music, the organ that makes up the human voice is far different from ordinary musical instruments. The great expressive power, the ability to spread widely, has made the art of singing an extremely important means of inspiring ideological, moral, aesthetic, and entertainment education. Singing is the voice of the soul that has become the oldest, most popular, understandable, and loved art by everyone. Although so rich, easy to understand, and universal, the art of singing is one of the most difficult art forms. Indeed, the art of singing is created by a live instrument - the human body, and all the psycho-physiological developments of the singer directly affect the quality of the art. Moreover, the difficulty of the art of singing is that: In addition to the general rules of sound, Vocal technique, aesthetics... The art of singing also includes the law of language.
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