This chapter aims to tease out specific findings that have direct implications for praxis. It presents the direction of conducting studies than of critical musicology, it is because the subjects represented are probably less familiar to a practical and pedagogical discipline than to a theoretical one. Musicologists interested in voice, gesture or identity in other forms of music are unlikely to let the fact that the chapter deals with a specific set of practices prevent them from adopting or adapting any idea to other musical contexts if they think it potentially useful. Learning new ways to sing thus involves learning new ways to feel; how to sing 'from the heart' has to be discovered afresh in each new stylistic context. Learning a new style, that is, also involves learning to speak its language. The chapter also presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in preceding chapter of this book.