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                                  Standing and sitting to sing
As well as affecting the voice, the way you stand or sit also makes a visual impression on the people you are singing for. Your posture or body language can tell your congregation or audience that you are relaxed and confident, or that you are frightened or even bored.
A singer or choir that stands well will create a positive impact before they even begin to sing – they look focused and professional. This helps the congregation or audience to relax and enjoy the music with confidence. Keep this in mind when you are singing!
Remember: Good posture will allow your voice to work to the best of its ability and also creates a good impression on your congregation or audience. Always try and remember to stand or sit well throughout your rehearsals, performances and services.

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