How can I improve my head voice?

Question by Wicked Witch of the East Coast: How can I improve my head voice?
At my school, we are doing the musical “Guys and Dolls,” and I have been asked to audition for the part of Sarah Brown. I am aware that this part is hard and requires vocal training, which I have…but my head voice is nothing special. It’s weak and doesn’t extend very far up the scale without getting breathy. For example, I can hit E and F below high C without much difficulty, but after that it gets much harder. As Sarah, I would need to be able to hit G and A below high C and sustain them. Also, Sarah does a lot of singing in the middle range, where I would feel more comfortable breaking into my chest voice because my head voice decreases in volume.

How can I add those notes to my register and strengthen the quality of my head voice? (The audition is a month away, just btw.)
Um…thanks, but I was looking for something a little more specific? Like exercises, all that jazz.

Best answer:

Answer by William R
i’m not really sure but you can practice everyday until you get better.but don’t practice too much it strain your voice.you can also try drinking tea and something warm to help you with your voice.

What do you think? Answer below!

Live Steam – Double Head – G Scale

Video shot on Father’s Day, 2010. Two live steam G-Scale engines are fired up on my home railroad, touring it individually, then double heading. The PRR 0-4-0 is mine while PRR 2-8-2 belongs to my friend Dean. I have a 2-8-2 that I’m going to re-letter for RDG. Both engines are AristoCraft models. The mikado is a second generation and the 0-4-0 is using the Goodall valve from my first-gen Mikado. This proved quite useful to keep the little 0-4-0’s boiler filled to compete with the much bigger boiler on the mike. Thanks to Dean for a fun visit, and thanks to all for watching.