Music & Entertainment
Lesson time 13:03 min
Learn to perfect duets. In this lesson Christina breaks down the pitch, timing and emotion you'll need to captivate an audience with your partner.
Topics include: Rehearsal process • Mistakes • Creating a connection
Say something, I'm giving up on you. I'll be the one if you want me to. Anywhere I would have followed you. Say something I'm giving up on you. And I am feeling so small. It was over my head and nothing at all. And I can stumble and fall-- I messed up the words. We had a stumble and fall. If this happened live, we would just keep going. Yeah. But right now-- Yeah. Let's take it again. Because some of the timing wasn't perfect in some of the-- what was it? It was the beginning though. And I (SINGING) know nothing at all. Wait, wait. I think it was "head." (SINGING) I'm feeling so small. It was over my head. It was something. Our timing was off on "it was over my head." (SINGING) And then nothing at all. And then I just, I had to stop because something in the "and I will." Right? And then we went into "stumble and fall," and just had to laugh. Because we stumbled and fell. But we wouldn't do that in a gig. No. But if we did do it on a gig, you just keep going. And it almost refocuses you to hone in more with your timing. Sure. So, right? OK. Take it again real quick. [PIANO PLAYING] (SINGING) Say something, I'm giving up on you. I'm sorry-- Oh, I'm sorry. It's OK. I'm actually sorry. Now what's happening is we start to overanalyze ourselves. And we start nitpicking our mistakes. And that's sometimes why I don't like to over-rehearse. Because it should feel good and organic. But yeah, take it again. Back to the top. (SINGING) Say something, I'm giving up on you. I'm sorry that I couldn't get to you. Anywhere I would have followed you. Say something, I'm giving up on you. It's almost like you have to keep it one, two, three. One, two-- (SINGING) And I-- One, two, three. (SINGING) Can swallow my pride-- Look. I'll continue the notes. So it's almost like you have to keep a one, two, three. One, two, three. Silently in your head. Pick it up here. (SINGING) And I-- One, two, three. One, two, three. One, two, three. (SINGING) Will stumble and fall. I'm still learning to love. And I was busy saying one, two, three. I forgot where it is. (SINGING) Starting to crawl. Momentum builds up in your head. (SINGING) Say something, I'm giving up on you. I'm sorry that I couldn't get to you. Anywhere I-- Shit. Now we're just all over the place. I would-- see, what happened just now was he went for the-- (SINGING) Anywhere I would have followed-- And I went for the ending. (SINGING) Anywhere I-- And that's why it's so important to know where we're at. But we stopped and started many times within this last take. So we got a little confused. I got a little, he did it right actually. I went for the end chorus and decided to wrap it up. How do you get back up from a mistake? You laug...
Christina Aguilera teaches you how to expand your range, find your voice, and master the techniques that have earned her five Grammy Awards. In her first-ever online singing class, you’ll learn warm-up exercises, breath control, vibrato, her signature growls, and hear Christina break down her biggest hits. You’ve never had vocal lessons like this before.
I learned that knowing yourself is the most important thing to be an artist.
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Christina Aguilera is super talented. She gives amazing helpful tips that you wouldn't be able to access anywhere else. The classes are very thorough.
Wonderful sincerity ... Thanks for sharing, Christina!