More Harmony Singing by Ear

The follow-up to Susan Anders' popular Harmony Singing by Ear uses her same proven step-by-step method for learning how to sing harmonies, this time with seven new harmony songs. Available as a 3-CD set or download,
"I have been studying singing for some time, and I have to say I have learned more from your harmony CDs than from anything else. And you have a beautiful voice, too—Thanks!"
Pat Autrey


I'm really impressed by how clearly structured and easy to work with the discs are, and my harmony singing ability has improved tremendously. Great work - I'll be ordering your vocal warm up CDs, too - Thanks for this resource.
Tanya Whiton
Singers who have used Harmony Singing by Ear and singers with beginning harmonizing skills can deepen their harmonizing ability with this new set of songs and harmony instruction. One, two or more singers can learn to sing two and three-part harmonies above and below a melody.

More Harmony Singing by Ear includes:
  • Three CDs with nearly four hours of instructional narration and fully produced music tracks.
  • Music tracks with and without guide vocals. The music-only tracks can be used for rehearsal and performances.
  • Seven pop, rock, and jazz songs; six songs arranged for 3 part harmony, one for 2 part harmony.
More Harmony Singing by Ear begins with a review of harmonizing basics while teaching you how to find the harmonies for "Lean On Me". These same harmonies are sung on the music track. On the music tracks the melody and harmony are mixed to different speakers—singers can listen to one speaker and just hear their part, listen to both speakers and hear both parts, or listen to the other speaker to practice with the other part. This method allows the singer to hear more or less of a part as needed. You can also use headphones or earbuds and pull one headphone away for the same effect.

"Lean on Me" is followed by six more harmony songs that gradually increase in difficulty. All of these are 3-part harmony songs with the exception of "Gone Gone Gone", which is a 2-part version as sung by Alison Krauss and Robert Plant. The pace of the "Lean on Me" instructional narration is similar to the pace of Harmony Singing by Ear. After "Lean on Me" the instructional segments move at a slightly faster pace. At the end of each song's instructional section Susan plays a slower piano/vocal version of the song with which you can practice your harmony before singing with the music tracks.

Also included: "Harmonizing Other Songs", a segment that explains how to successfully harmonize songs that aren't on these CDs.

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner to Advanced Intermediate.
The early songs are the same level of difficulty as the songs on Harmony Singing by Ear, then increase in difficulty past the level of Harmony Singing by Ear. Parallel harmonies, call-response harmonies, block chord harmonies, seconds harmonies, jazz and blues harmonies, and counterpoint harmonies are all discussed and sung. It is highly recommended that singers first work with Harmony Singing by Ear, since the explanation there of chord, scale and harmonizing theory is more detailed. However, these CDs are ideal for singers who already know a small bit of theory or can sing simple parallel harmonies.

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Audio Samples

Click here to hear audio samples from More Harmony Singing by Ear. You can also hear 30 second samples of every track on the More Harmony album download page.

Songs

  • Lean On Me
  • Proud Mary
  • It Doesn't Matter Anymore
  • Teach Your Children (Crosby, Stills & Nash vocal arrangement)
  • Gone, Gone, Gone (Alison Krauss & Robert Plant 2-part vocal arrangement)
  • Baby, Baby All the Time
  • Drive My Car (The Beatles vocal arrangement)


Vocal Ranges

Upper voice: G# below middle C to C above middle C—alto/soprano range

Middle voice: E below middle C to G# above middle C—baritone/tenor/alto range

Lower voice: D below middle C to F above middle C—baritone/tenor/low alto range

All parts can be sung an octave above or below the harmonies on the CD to allow lower and higher singers to join in. How to do this is explained during the instruction.
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