It's my life's work to express those emotions and feelings that can only be conveyed through music. It's how my spirit takes wing and soars to unfathomable, seemingly unreachable heights. I hope that my music does the same for your spirit.
Singing has been described as the faithful and docile companion of the lonely; the friend, who in solitude, comforts the sick heart, puts grief to sleep, makes waiting bearable, gives rhythm to labor, and entertains. It is the marketing of emotion. Good singing is a combination of freely produced notes, pleasant to listen to, easily heard, rich, even energy, vibrant and alive, and flexibly expressive; there must be accurate pitch, good articulation, proper breathing, and good tone quality.
This is diamondvoicediva's official website, created for all of my fans to keep up with my very hectic and sometimes borderline exhausting musical happenings. I've been blessed to be able to sing and touch the
hearts of many people and to uplift other dynamic vocalist as well. Be sure to check back often for dates,
vocal tips, and much more.
MORE THAN SOUND
Excerpts from The Healing Touch of Music by Alana Woods Music states that music can trigger a certain mood or remind us of a specific memory. Music is also soothing and healing. Dr. Edward Podolsky in 1935 stated that musical compositions have definite effects on the circulation of the blood in the brain and other parts of the body. Music has been said to affect pulse rate, blood pressure, metabolism, respiration, skin, memory, motor coordination, pain threshold, and chemical and hormonal levels within a matter of minutes.
Music is the
The Star Spangled Banner
This patriotic song has tripped up many novice and seasoned
vocalists alike--not Diana. She delivers like the diamond voice that is hers.
God Bless The Child
Think I don't do jazz? I do! I've given this Billie Holiday
classic my own touch.
My Redeemer Lives
This gospel song by Nicole Mullen is sure to touch our
hearts and minds.
A song made famous by the English-language opera composed by George Gershwin's, Porgy and Bess. Adapted from the book Porgy written by Heyward.