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In singing, in addition to the vocal element, the breath is an important factor that determines the success in performing the work. In teaching and learning vocal music, breathing should be given special attention. Currently, breathing is an important and difficult factor for students at the first stage when they are first exposed to vocal music. Most the children have not yet learned to sing, so when they first approach vocal techniques, they often breathe naturally, so the amount of breath in the lungs is still small, leading to shallow breathing, poor breathing regulation... for the voice to develop, have the ability, to perform works with long, short, strong, light, and low-pitched lines smoothly, gradually forming a good voice that is ideal for a natural and comfortable beautiful voice, free from defects that reduce the expressive power of the voice.
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