Tips on learning fast songs in other languages?:

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Aussie Tolkien freak
How would you handle learning a fast song in another language? Namely I want to learn to sing the Spanish version of "Babalu" sung by Desi Arnaz for that book I'm writing set in Cuba and involving Santeria. The reason is that this song is a reference to Babalu Aye, a Santeria orisha (god)

edited 18th Aug '12 11:47:10 PM by MorwenEdhelwen

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Training. A lot of training. Find the lyrics and try to sing it by yourself.

That's how I do it.tongue
Aussie Tolkien freak
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Aussie Tolkien freak
He's A VAMPIRE? Thanks for the tip :).
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Yup! S/he is actually responsible for bring my faith in the vampire genre back.
7 MasterInferno28th Aug 2012 03:17:47 PM from Ideal City , Relationship Status: With my statistically significant other
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Learn the pronunciation rules for the language. Get one of those foreign-language phrase books with a pronunciation guide in it and glue your eyes to it until you can pronounce the words correctly without thinking.
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