Singing Voice Rehabilitation: A Guide for the Voice Teacher and Speech-Language Pathologist is a unique book that instructs readers in a two-fold approach to vocal rehabilitation. First, it provides voice teachers and speech-language pathologists with anThe singer should be encouraged to let the articulators relax in order to allow the sound to ring to its fullest potential. ... during a nasal consonant, and then the a back doora to the nose (velopharyngeal port) closes when it proceeds to the following vowel. ... Pannbacker (1999) notes that several factors, including velopharyngeal dysfunction, can affect the frequency and ... SLPs may use a combination of perceptual and instrumental assessment techniques such as nasometry andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Singing Voice Rehabilitation: A Guide for the Voice Teacher and Speech-Language Pathologist|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2010|