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If you're serious about learning how to yodel. Then a good first step would be to find a place out of the way to practice. Yodeling is a loud type of singing, and you don’t want to annoy your neighbors. Although many people enjoy this type of singing, there are some who would not appreciate the loud singing. To learn how to yodel, you need to start simply. Start out with the low-high pitch change. To develop your yodeling skills, play around with your voice. Find the pitch that sounds right to you. Do these voice exercises everyday, this can help develop your own personal yodel style. This may take some time, but it can also be a fun challenge. The more you practice, the more voice sounds you can experiment with.

After you practice your voice pitches, the highs and lows. Then listen to your favorite yodeling songs. Try and sing along with your favorite yodeling songs. As you sing along try to imitate the voice pitches with your favorite yodel singer. Do this every day, along with your voice exercises. This combination can help you learn to yodel. And after you learn you can entertain family and friends who enjoy this type of singing. After all your hard work and practice, you may want to join a yodeling group. There could be many other fun and exciting things to enjoy once you start yodeling. You will enjoy finding others who love this type of singing as much as you do. Yodeling can also be therapeutic and fun.




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Point #1: How is yodeling or that bridge related to a North African country?? :P

Point #2: Mechanical resonance can cause bridges to collapse, so if we were to yodel on the bridge, there's a slight chance of the bridge collapsing and killing us. :D

Point #3: I'm-a give this entry a 5/5 'cause it's funny. :P

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@Mastof: Thank you my love
@Kruness: Me too
@GG: Yodeling is amazing... The bridge is in Saremia and Saremia's in North Africa. Yodeling is risky sometimes... I admitt. It's a serious joke.

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