[Respiratory technique and resonance in the singing voice]
Journal/Book: Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol (Bord). 1990; 111: 371-3.
Abstract: A singer can use a given anatomical structure of his/her nasal and pharyngobuccal pavilion to regulate the flow of his/her phonatory breath. The resultant study of vocal techniques makes it possible to put forth such concepts as a "column of air" and a "breath support point". The corporal sensations felt by vocalists were surveyed as well as the acoustic qualities of the vocal emission of each type. Implications are suggested for voice therapists.
Note: Phoniatre Montpellier France.
Keyword(s): Music|. Respiration|. Voice|