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The Science Of Voice Production And Voice Preservation

For Use Of Speakers And Singers

by Gordon Holmes

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages170
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10569174M
ISBN 100548243867
ISBN 109780548243862

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New York, Worthington, (OCoLC) Song, so far as voice-production is concerned, is the result of physiological action, and as voice-production is the basis of all song, it follows that a singing method, to be correct, must be based on the correct physiological use of the vocal organs.

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The Vibrator: The larynx (or voice box) sits on top of the windpipe. It contains two vocal folds (also known as vocal cords) that open during breathing and close during swallowing and voice production. When we produce voice, the air stream passes between the two vocal folds that have come together.

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