While you may hear a lot of classical music written by male composers, there’s no denying that there are a ton of women how have dominated the music world. From classical opera singers to today’s pop stars, there’s something you can learn from each of these famous female singers.
Many of you probably know this gem from The Princess Diaries movies where she played the graceful and confident, Queen Clarisse Renaldi. But Julie Andrews has been entertaining music lovers for decades with her sweet voice and charming voice. She had a thing or two to teach people are never giving up.
“Perseverance is failing 19 times and succeeding the 20th.”
Billie was one of the of the most famous blues singers of her time. She truly believed in making herself and every song she sang her own, giving it its own soul and feeling. Individuality was her trademark, so it’s no surprise that she once said.
“No two people on Earth are alike, and it’s got to be that way in music or it isn’t music.”
Miss King used her music to define the role of a singer-songwriter back in the 1970s, and her smart lyrics and captivating melodies helped her songs become timeless. She earned an induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1987 and was recently honored at the Kennedy Center — and there is no shortage of wisdom to be learned from this amazing woman.
“You’ve got to get up every morning with a smile on your face And show the world all the love in your heart.”
There is really no need to introduce Queen Aretha. With over 75 million records sold to date, she was the first woman to ever be inducted into the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame and has been an inspiration for musicians and music-lovers worldwide. And with songs like “Respect,” you know this star has plenty of words to learn from.
“Be your own artist, and always be confident in what you’re doing.”
Do you want to have your name on a list like this one day? The best way to start it by learning proper vocal techniques through professional singing lessons. Grace Music School can provide you or your children with the best vocal lessons in Syosset and the surrounding areas. For more information or to schedule a lesson, call us at 631-239-6169 (Fort Salonga) or 631-470-9705 (Melville).