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Singing: 10 min Vocal warmup - Part II

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If you find a better one Alice don't forget to let us know about it! by missmallen Oct 5

Glad you gleaned some tips Alice. Why don't you search pearltrees and find a better one :) by misshalkyard Oct 4

most of the video was talking and didnt realy help warming up,but I did learn some usefull tips. by aliceparker Oct 4

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