Dynamics of the Singing Voice
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Educational presentation of views primarily of a normal female larynx during singing, and also a view of a countertenor. Illustrates the phases of the vibratory cycle and the functions of the larynx and pharynx during singing as well as the concept of "registers" as defined by changes in laryngeal and pharyngeal position during singing through a wide range of pitches.
This product is a reissue of an original Voice Foundation videotape. As such, recording quality may vary or may not match modern standards and, while much material is still valid, some surgical and therapy techniques and equipment presented may be dated. Generally, however, the products represent a valuable historical perspective on the evolution of voice care.