Here Is What Others Are Saying:
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“This method should be THE GUIDE for vocal students and choral directors who have not had the improvisation background but desire to learn quickly, easily, and have a lot of fun doing it.”
Doug Anderson - Troutlake, WA
“The Scat Singing Method is the finest tool of its kind I have seen in all my years of teaching. It is a workable comprehensive guide to scat singing that anyone should be able to use.”
Bill Anschutz - Salina, KS
"The exercises encourages the student to be creative, while being great fun at the same time."
Madeline Velez - Winchester, MA
“It is perhaps the only method available which takes a vocal, rather than instrumental approach to improvisation.”
Dan Schwartz - Jersey City, NJ
"Outstanding! A very easy, productive, secure, educational way of teaching improvisation. I can’t wait to try it with my students."
Randye Cohen - Canton, MA
"This book is wonderful! Clear and easy to read! It helped me understand what I was supposed to do when I scat sing. My students should have no problem learning with this method."
Vicki DiTomaso - Ashland, MA
“This is the first time I have felt that there is a way to learn scat singing.”
Nina Hobbs - Albuquerque, NM
“It allows for instant success.”
Diana Blumenschein - Flint, MI
“A back to basics approach that builds musicians. Bravo!”
Gary St. John - Gresham, OR
"This is the most simplified method for learning scat singing. The best thing is it can be self-taught and then taught to your students. This method, with its three easy steps and memory layers to reinforce those steps, takes all of the technicalities that would normally scare a student away from even trying."
Lyn DeCosta - East Falmouth, MA