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Voice Work
Art and Science in Changing Voices
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Contents:

Forewords vii


Dawn French (professional voice user) vii


Lesley Mathieson (speech and language therapist) viii


Mark Meylan (singing teacher) ix


Patsy Rodenburg (voice teacher) x


Preface xi


About the book .xiii


Acknowledgements xv


Part 1 Considering voice work 1


1 The voice work continuum 3


2 The nature of practical voice work 19


Part 2 Investigating voices 33


3 Seeing voices 35


4 Hearing voices 51


Part 3 The Voice Skills approach 69


5 Voice skills 71


6 The Voice Skills Perceptual Profile 82


Part 4 Voice work foundations 103


7 Bodywork foundations 105


8 Breath work foundations 122


9 Channel work foundations 144


10 Phonation work foundations 160


11 Resonance work foundations 175


12 Pitch work foundations 184


13 Loudness work foundations 195


14 Articulation work foundations 203


15 Voices and emotions .216


Part 5 Practical voice work 237


16 Practical voice care 239


17 General bodywork 258


18 Body voice exercises 271


19 Breath voice exercises 293


20 Channel voice exercises 310


21 Phonation voice exercises 335


22 Resonance voice exercises 346


23 Pitch voice exercises 356


24 Loudness voice exercises 367


25 Articulation voice exercises 377


26 Group voice exercises 393


Part 6 Voice disturbance 413


27 The disordered voice 415


28 The daily working voice 443


29 The acting voice 461


30 The singing voice 479


Afterword 498


Bibliography 499


Appendix I Organisations and websites 512


Index 515


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ISBN-13: 9781118697382
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd (Wiley–Blackwell)
Publication date: January, 2009
Pages: 538
Dimensions: 190.00 x 246.00 x 29.18

Subcategories: Counselling & Therapy, General Practice