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LEVEL 1
Directions
Musical Notation
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1.) Let's begin by going over some of the consonant and vowel sounds combined to create the language of yodel. Try this with higher notes also moving toward the natural break from your chest voice to your head voice or falsetto range.

Hodl--oh-ooh-dee.
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For those of you that can read music, I have included the musical notation for each phrase.

Hodl-ay--ee-dee.
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2.) Now let's insert a jump from our chest voice to our head voice, or our falsetto range.

Hodl-oh-ooh-dee.
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The two high notes, G and F above middle C in the following phrases should be in your falsetto range or head voice.

Hodl--ay-ee-dee.
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 3.) You're doing great so far, put these two phrases together and we have our first yodeler. 
Be sure to breath between each of the yodel phrases. Also change keys with this figure to
find your yodel range.
 

Hodl-oh-ooh-dee -Hodl-ay-ee-dee-Hodl-----------ay--ee-dee -yi--ho.
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If you would like to accompany yourself on an instrument; here are the chords. C/G7/G7/C
 


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