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Sheree Bell Singing is the conveyance of my soul. It has been with me from the beginning and the day I no longer want to sing will be the day I am ready to leave. I don’t have control over it, it’s an innate part of me, bestowed long ago. I feel the ancient alignment and deep deep emotion of its being accompanying me all the time.
Pamela Harrison singing gives wings to my inner self
Willy Gilder Actually, my statement is meant both as I so wish that I could sing well, and I so wish that I had the opportunity to join in with singing. I have no faith, but I miss communal hymn singing. I have become convinced that the ubiquity of recorded music has robbed us of the everyday delight of communal singing. Not in a choir, but round a campfire, or down the pub.
Elena Thomas I have always been a shower singer, but recently joined a songwriting group, which obviously necessitates singing for, to and with others. I am shocked by what a deeply emotional experience this is, and that everyone feels it, and supports the first ventures into it, because they understand. After the first session, somewhat nerve-wracking, I sat in the car and cried. It reaches deep inside you and wrenches things about... especially when you sing the words you have written, and others join in...
Lucy Anderson Having a voice in the world - hearing little me belt out into the ether
Martin Baldock At the moment, singing out loud for me only happens when I’m on my own in my car, or at home when Mrs B is out.. But I find it to be liberating, cathartic experience. Still terrified someone might hear though
Annie Dalton Singing lights us up inside and the soul comes out of hiding
Martin Baldock or, To sing or not to sing, that is the question. Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous warbling, or to take arms against a sea of giggles, and by singing, end them
Ann Leonard Singing makes me a hero in the eyes of my cat.
Sheila Royce Singing is freedom, a release and an expression of our inner self. But most of all singing is fun!!
Janice Crane Davis love singing even though rubbish at it ...get me in touch with me ! like Shelia its fun and uplifing missing the choir ...great source of giggles and letting go for me. I’m Buddhist so chant twice daily .....the sound we make alone and a collective can be very much about getting in rhythm at one with universe! dont laugh im serious : ) For asthmatics using voice the breath is a great way to maintaining wellness. Hope I’m well enough for outings soon, so miss the choir ....its about being part of something special, a community, is escapism, my space....no matter how good or bad we are, as a collective we have created something truly SUPERB singing You are wonderful singer been lovely watching you, your voice build in confidence ...that festival was wonderful your a natural on a big stage
Edlin Larkin Singing is the unveiling one’s inner being, transforming into another person completely, and knowing what you are doing is making others listen and look and see the vibrations so rarely seen or not expected, an instant transformation which stirs up an air of call it importance and brazen modesty. All this said when singing is pleasant you know what I mean
Allan Davies Fun, a sort of thinking aloud, drowning out the noise in my head
Heather Hevzy Crane I love singing as it brings me happiness when I am down and everlasting joy to other peoples lives. Its very uplifting. xx
Annette Driver It’s the only thing in this world that is truly MINE!! you can’t take it steal it or stop it, mine. x love it x
Allan Davies The intangible given voice
Sheree Bell Release