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Vocal Health for Singers

Like any instrument the voice must be taken care of properly and unlike other instruments your voice is the only one you will have nor can you take it to the shop to get fixed. For proper vocal health singers must also do warm ups and exercises and to be careful not to strain the voice however sometimes things go wrong. We have here a wide selection of material from experts in the field who will tell you how to protect your voice and how to fix it if you are having difficulties.

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Anthony F. Jahn M.D. : The Singer's Guide to Complete Health

Review: Anthony F. Jahn, MD, internationally acclaimed otolaryngologist and Director of Medical Services at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, offers a comprehensive guidebook on a wide range of health and disorders that affect the voice. A vital tool for singers, voice teachers, and choral directors, The Singer's Guide to Complete Health empowers vocal performers to take charge of their own minds and bodies, providing advice about a variety of health issues that affect professional well-being as well as remedies to the most important and common health problems that singers face in their careers. Dr. Jahn has invited a diverse group of health care specialists and music professionals to share their expertise and tips with singers and their teachers. The chapters cover a broad spectrum of topics, including not only vocal issues, but also general physical and psychological well-being, diet, and exercise, accompanied by easy-to-follow illustrations, diagrams and charts. Each chapter provides a clear explanation of an aspect of health of practical relevance to vocalists. The book enables singers to make informed decisions about their own health, and gives guidance on seeking appropriate professional help and self-remedies. It includes numerous suggestions on ways to prevent illness and maintain a healthy vocal lifestyle, not only with traditional methods such as diet, exercise, and Alexander technique, but also holistic approaches such as meditation, yoga, tai chi, acupuncture, and Chinese herbs. A comprehensive blend of professional voice expertise and medical science, The Singer's Guide to Complete Health is an essential addition to bookshelves and medicine cabinets of both singers and those who care for them.

Songlist: Good Health and Singing: An Overview, The Vocal Apparatus: Structure and Function, Pulmonary Medicine for Singers, Allergy Basics, Disorders of the Nose, Sinuses and Throat, Hearing and Hearing Loss in Singers, Hearing Conservation and Hearing Rehabilitation, Sleep: The Art and Science, Hormones and the Voice, Nutrition and Weight Management, Anesthesia for Singers, Advances in Laryngeal Surgery for Singers, Home Remedies, Medications and the Voice, Exercise Programs, Meditation and Relaxation Techniques, Yoga for Singers, Chinese Herbal Remedies for Singers, Secrets of a Long Career

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6920b | Book | $34.95 |


Ariella Vaccarino : Vocal Repair

Review: Vocal Repair is a singing curriculum specifically designed for the tired, over-taxed, and recovering voice. Whether you have been over-singing, yelling at a game or party, or have had to take time off from singing due to an illness or injury, Vocal Repair can help you gently get your voice back into good health. And it is an excellent supplement to vocal therapy or voice lessons. Vocal Repair emphasizes the importance of singing "mezza voce" (half voice), not pushing or straining, and slowly building the strength to sing through the entire CD. Ariella Vaccarino, creator of Voice Lessons To Go, guides you through the singing exercises, providing explanations and vocal examples to piano accompaniment. Singers, Actors, Teachers, Speakers, Dancers - This is an inexpensive tool to help maintain and recover a healthy voice. Vocal Repair can be an excellent companion to Ariella's other Voice Lessons To Go CDs for when your voice feels tired and needs a gentle tune-up. It is also a wonderful program to gently warm the voice down after a long day of speaking or singing promoting good long lasting vocal health.

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22243c | 1 CD | $19.95 |


Darlene Rogers with Dale Syverson, Peggy Gram : Sing, Baby, Sing! Vocal Rx - A First Aid Kit For The Voice

Review: More great vocal exercises with a particular emphasis on taking care of your voice and to help with the recuperation of damaged voices. A very useful resource for all singers and highly recommended.

Songlist: Breathing, Front of Mouth Sounds, Back of Mouth Sounds, Open Mouth Sounds, Forward to Open Sounds, Transferring Vowel Sounds to Words, Tips, Sign Off

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6431c | 1 CD Vocal Warm Up Exercises | $14.95 |


David Blair McClosky : Your Voice at Its Best - Enhancement of the Healthy Voice, Help for the Troubled Voice

Review: Freedom, ease, and power in song and speech for singers, public speakers, executives, and actors! Now in the Fifth Edition, this straightforward, clearly written guide presents David Blair McClosky's highly acclaimed techniques for developing and mastering a more perfect voice as well as rehabilitating voices that have suffered abuse. McClosky's methods, proven effective for more than 50 years, have been used by voice teachers, voice students, and speech pathologists as well as singers, actors, public speakers, executives, salespeople, ministers, broadcasters, and others whose voice use is significant in their life-including the late President John F. Kennedy. Practicing McClosky's full range of techniques ensures that individuals can be the caretakers of their own voice and achieve maximum quality and fitness. David Blair McClosky graduated from the New England Conservatory in Boston and had a career in opera and oratorio performance. He subsequently dedicated over 50 years to studying the complexities of the vocal instrument and the treatment of voice disorders in singers and speakers. In collaboration with eminent otolaryngologists at Syracuse University and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary in Boston, Mr. McClosky developed techniques to resolve vocal problems without surgery. He was Clinical Voice Therapist at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and treated people from all over the United States and beyond. Mr. McClosky was Professor of Voice at Boston University and taught at the Boston Conservatory of Music. He

Songlist: The McClosky Technique: Posture and Breathing, Preparing for the Relaxation Techniques , Six Exercises in Relaxation, Exercises for Phonation, Finding Your Pitch, Additional Practice Techniques, Reminders for Good Voice Use, Articulation of Consonants in Detail, Vibration of the Vocal Folds, Vocalizing Exercises, Resonance and Color, Expressiveness and the McClosky Technique, Care of the Voice, Common Disorders of the Voice, Rare Disorders of the Voice, Illustrations of the Anatomy and Physiology of the Vocal Mechanism

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7671b | Book | $15.95 |


David Blair McClosky : Your Voice at Its Best - Enhancement of the Healthy Voice, Help for the Troubled Voice

Review: Freedom, ease, and power in song and speech for singers, public speakers, executives, and actors! Now in the Fifth Edition, this straightforward, clearly written guide presents David Blair McClosky's highly acclaimed techniques for developing and mastering a more perfect voice as well as rehabilitating voices that have suffered abuse. McClosky's methods, proven effective for more than 50 years, have been used by voice teachers, voice students, and speech pathologists as well as singers, actors, public speakers, executives, salespeople, ministers, broadcasters, and others whose voice use is significant in their life-including the late President John F. Kennedy. Practicing McClosky's full range of techniques ensures that individuals can be the caretakers of their own voice and achieve maximum quality and fitness. David Blair McClosky graduated from the New England Conservatory in Boston and had a career in opera and oratorio performance. He subsequently dedicated over 50 years to studying the complexities of the vocal instrument and the treatment of voice disorders in singers and speakers. In collaboration with eminent otolaryngologists at Syracuse University and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary in Boston, Mr. McClosky developed techniques to resolve vocal problems without surgery. He was Clinical Voice Therapist at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and treated people from all over the United States and beyond. Mr. McClosky was Professor of Voice at Boston University and taught at the Boston Conservatory of Music. He

Songlist: The McClosky Technique: Posture and Breathing, Preparing for the Relaxation Techniques , Six Exercises in Relaxation, Exercises for Phonation, Finding Your Pitch, Additional Practice Techniques, Reminders for Good Voice Use, Articulation of Consonants in Detail, Vibration of the Vocal Folds, Vocalizing Exercises, Resonance and Color, Expressiveness and the McClosky Technique, Care of the Voice, Common Disorders of the Voice, Rare Disorders of the Voice, Illustrations of the Anatomy and Physiology of the Vocal Mechanism

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7671b | Book | $15.95 |


Entertainer's Secret : Throat Relief

Review: If you spend time: Speaking, Singing, Lecturing, Selling, Teaching, Presenting, Cheering Telephoning, Preaching, Performing, Announcing Or you just talk a lot... You are at the right place! Especially if you have overdone it and particularly if annoying allergies or other respiratory problems bring on those inevitable episodes of dry, sore throat and scratchy, hoarse voice. What is Entertainer's Secret Throat Relief, you ask? It is a spray formulated to resemble natural mucosal secretions and designed to moisturize, humidify and lubricate the mucous membranes of the throat and larynx. The ingredients are: water, glycerin, sodium carboxylmethylcellulose, aloe vera gel, methylparaben, propylparaben, potassium chloride, dibasic sodium phosphate and flavor. Others do judge you by your voice. You owe it to your listeners and to yourself to sound and feel your very best.

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7502a | $8.95 |


Garfield D. Davies : Care of the Professional Voice - A Guide to Voice Management for Singers, Actors and Professional Vo

Review: Singer and actors are a unique group of performers, relying almost entirely on their voice for the professional livelihood. Jet lag, amplification, allergens, stress, pollution, and vocal strain all affect vocal performance. Written for the performer, the teacher, and the vocal coach, Care of the Professional Voice offers clear explanations and medical advice on vocal problems and vocal health. Care of the Professional Voice is written by experts in laryngology in the United States and Great Britain. This new edition includes a singer's guide to self-diagnosis. This volume should become a staple of every singer/actor's library." - James Morris, Metropolitan Opera. "Anyone whose voice is their livelihood will welcome this succinct and user-friendly book." - Sir Anthony Hopkins

Songlist: List Of Illustrations, Forewords by Bryn Terfel, James Morris & Sir Anthony Hopkins, Acknowledgements, Preface, Anatomy and Physiology of the Vocal Mechanism, Development of the Larynx and the Voice, Age and Voice, Attributes of a Good Vocal Performer, General Considerations Before Performance, Laryngeal Disorders: Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention, Anxiety, Artistic Temperament and the Voice, Popular Music and the Musical Theatre, Travel and the Vocal Performer, Medications and the Professional Voice, General Medical Considerations in the Vocal Performer, A Visit to the Laryngologist, Surgery and the Vocal Artist, A Singer's Guide to Self-Diagnosis, Suggested Reading, Glossary, Index

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5282b | Book | $19.95 |


Garyth Nair : Craft of Singing

Review: A new text with two principal aims: to provide a foundation of anatomical, physiological, acoustical and medical knowledge for students in the belief that one must know how something works before one can alter or repair it, and also to carefully structure the learning of the foundational voice skills necessary for the development of each student's technique beyond the length of a single course. Borrowing from Voice Science but staying firmly centered in the studio or classroom, the text helps the reader with a raw vocal ability understand the function and care of their vocal instrument. In the second part, the book begins a carefully graduated approach in building good singing habits. Three paradigm songs, one in Italian, one in English and one in German, are employed to help the reader practice and guage personal progress.

Songlist: Foreword by Richard Miller, Ph. D., Preface, Acknowledgments, Teacher's Guide, On Studying Voice - I, On Studying Voice - II, Sound: A Base of Knowledge, Singer's Posture, Respiration - Instinctive Breathing, Singer's Respiration and Support, Resonance, Tone, and Diction, Singing the Songs: Vital Information and Reference, Italian Vowels, Consovowels - Italian, Consonants Without Pitch - Italian, Vowels - English, Consovowels and Consonants - English, German Vowels, German Consovowels and Consonants, Registration Beyond the Middle Voice - Basics, Registration II: The Science of Blending, Registers III: Register by Register Guide: Gender Specifics, Classifying Voices, Learning Vocal Music, Programming and Citing Vocal Music, The Printed Program, Onstage I: Stage Dress, Onstage II: Stage Etiquette and Traditions, Glossary, References, and more

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5285b | Book & CD | $89.95 |


James C. McKinney : Diagnosis & Correction of Vocal Faults - A Manual for Teachers of Singing & Choir Directors

Review: Popular for more than two decades among college voice teachers and their students, this outstanding, authoritative vocal pedagogy text is an invaluable manual. It thoroughly examines the vocal problems prospective voice teachers will encounter daily in the teaching studio and choral rehearsal. The author's approach is a unique one, based in large part on diagnostic procedures similar to those used by doctors. As each vocal fault is presented, its identifying characteristics or symptoms are stated, its possible causes are discussed, and corrective procedures are suggested. An especially valuable feature is the book's accompanying CD that contains 14 male and female voice samples of the various vocal faults discussed in the text, enabling students to better identify basic characteristic sounds associated with each fault. Current and prospective choir directors and voice teachers who need help in improving the vocal sounds of choir members or students will find this practical guide-book to be an ever-present help in time of trouble.

Songlist: Diagnosing Vocal Faults, A Basic Approach to Vocal Sound, Posture, Breathing and Support, Phonation, Registration, Voice Classification, Resonation, Articulation, The Speaking Voice, Coordination

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6511b | Book & 1 CD | $25.95 || Vocal Technique


Jeannie Gagne : Your Singing Voice

Review: Connect to your authentic singing voice with this holistic guide to a healthy and expressive singing life. This collection of technical discussions, exercises, and insights will help you improve all aspects of using your voice - from healthy sound production to exercises for greater vocal facility to guidance on rehearsing with your band. Interviews with Patty Austin, Ysaye Barnwell, and others lend their perspectives to singing, the mind-body connection, and a natural/wellness focused approach to musicianship. The accompanying CD supports the practice exercises and approaches to learning new songs.

Songlist: Your Body is Your Instrument, The Whole Singer, Vocal Study, Your Voice is Unique, Embodying Rhythm and Movement, Rhythmic Subdivisions, Scat Syllables, Singing is Movement, Performing, Exercises, Pointers and Warm-ups, Wisdom from Experience, Agility and Rhythm, Power and Belting, Chromatic Movement

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5683b | Book & 1 CD | $29.95 |


Joanna Cazden : Everyday Voice Care

Review: The human voice expresses more than words, more than music. Vocal expression links the listener directly to another person's inner feelings, body, and soul. Keeping the voice healthy used to be as mysterious as the power of voice itself. Modern science has revealed much about the vocal mechanism and its health requirements, but simple information for the average voice user has remained hard to find and harder to trust. In Everyday Voice Care: The Lifestyle Guide for Singers and Talkers, respected voice therapist Joanna Cazden brings together a wealth of practical tips and advice to help keep your own expressive voice in top working order. Drawing from her experience as a singer, theater artist, and a licensed speech pathologist who has treated more than 1,000 voice patients, Cazden integrates up-to-date medical information with common-sense suggestions and sympathy for the demands of contemporary life. Chapters on food and drink, cold remedies, loud parties, travel, fitness routines, and when to see a doctor are complemented by notes on alternative health care and the spiritual dimension of vocal rest. This invaluable resource for voice and speech professionals, students, and teachers will answer even the age-old question of whether to put lemon or honey in your tea.

Songlist: Foundation: About Your Voice, How Voices Grow and Why They Suffer, Quick Rules for Vocal Wellness, Prevention: Basic Voice Care, Intervention: Vocal Health Care, First Aid for Hoarseness, Therapy for Voice Problems, Coping with Colds, Convention: Real World Challenges, Extension: Your Vocal Future, Training, Intangibles, Warming Up The Voice

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7804b | Book | $19.95 |


Joseph Klein & Ole Schjeide : Singing Technique - How To Avoid Vocal Trouble 2nd Edition

Review: Back in print an updated second edition of this highly regarded book which explains voice production in a dynamic, precise and practical manner. Authoritative text based on physiology of the body and how it produces sound. Physically enlarged to fit with other textbooks on the shelf, and includes a new appendix with all of the figures duplicated in sequence so they are easier to find and use. Learn to care of that most valuable of all musical instruments - your own voice!

Songlist: The Importance Of Support, Interfering Muscles, Treating A Speech Problem, Resonance, Pitch, Vowels, The Resonators, The Role of the Tongue, Tongue Exercises, The Larnyx, Structure of The Larnyx, Position of The Larnyx, The Register, The Tremelo, The Vibrato, Vibrato Exercises, The Vocal Parameters, The Private Lesson, The Group Approach, Vocal Deficiency, Hoarseness, Vocal Health

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6454b | Book | $33.95 || Vocal Technique


Judith E. Carman : Yoga For Singing

Review: The development of a singer takes several years and involves training many different abilities. Since the whole body is the singer's instrument, and the mind, emotions, and musical abilities play the instrument, it is necessary to train all these elements. In the early developmental stage of perhaps six to eight years from high school through college, and beyond, the practices of yoga can be of great assistance in training the various facets of the whole singer. Beyond the training and development stages, the practices of yoga serve the singer well throughout life by keeping body, breath, mind, and spirit in healthful balance. Judith E. Carman, DMA, has taught singing for forty years, practiced yoga for almost twenty years, and taught yoga classes especially designed for singers for a decade. Dr. Carman has conducted Yoga for Singers workshops in university settings, for choral groups, in yoga studios, and for the National Association of Teachers of Singing and National Opera Association national conferences and at national workshops. The material is divided into five categories: individual postures, short examples of practices for specific purposes, breathing techniques, a short demonstration class that includes all the elements of a complete practice in shortened form

Songlist: Theory and Techniques , The Connections , The Body, The Breath , The Mind , The Heart, The Performer, Practices for Various Needs , Asana Reference Chart, Sequences for Specific Areas of the Body, A Complete Practice for Daily Use, Short Practices for Specific Vocal Deficiencies, Short Practices for Specific Situations , Weight Issues, Yoga for Singers Classes: Lesson Plans

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6919b | Book | $26.95 |


Lis Lewis : Pop Singers First Aid Kit - Female Voice

Review: This book/CD pack by veteran vocal coach Lis Lewis (Steve Miller, Herbie Hancock, Bobby McFerrin, Gwen Stefani) will help singers of all styles of music: warm up their voices, increase their endurance and range, correct bad habits, and sing longer and better! It is divided into two sections: The Singer's Troubleshooting Guide covers vocal health, finding the right teacher, practice, auditions, rehearsing, recording and performing, and The Singer's Warm-Up CD features helpful exercises to prepare the voice for serious singing.

Songlist: What's In This Book, Why I Wrote This Book, Vocal Health, The Right Teacher, Practice, Auditions, Rehearsing Your Performance, Recording, Ready, Set, Perform, No Clones, CD: Why, When & How, CD: Breath Control, CD: The Exercises, About The Author

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6023b | Book & 1 CD | $19.95 |


Lis Lewis : Pop Singers First Aid Kit - Male Voice

Review: This book/CD pack by veteran vocal coach Lis Lewis (Steve Miller, Herbie Hancock, Bobby McFerrin, Gwen Stefani) will help singers of all styles of music: warm up their voices, increase their endurance and range, correct bad habits, and sing longer and better! It is divided into two sections: The Singer's Troubleshooting Guide covers vocal health, finding the right teacher, practice, auditions, rehearsing, recording and performing, and The Singer's Warm-Up CD features helpful exercises to prepare the voice for serious singing.

Songlist: What's In This Book, Why I Wrote This Book, Vocal Health, The Right Teacher, Practice, Auditions, Rehearsing Your Performance, Recording, Ready, Set. Perform, No Clones, CD: Why, When & How, CD: Breath Control, CD: The Exercises, About The Author

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6024b | Book & 1 CD | $19.95 |


Lois Alba : Vocal Rescue - Rediscover the Beauty, Power & Freedom in Your Singing

Review: Achieving a successful singing career, especially in opera, can seem almost impossible to many singers because of fear of high notes, lack of projection, and confusion on how to express the music unhampered by technical preoccupation. Master Teacher and accomplished opera singer Lois Alba is aware of these pitfalls. She knows the best teaching involves an acute sense of the art form based on sound, intuition and imagery. The focus comes from the mind. It is interpreted through the ear and the body. When the body and mind come together harmoniously the result is beautiful sound. In this clear and legible guide, Lois Alba shares her formidable experience, voice training insight, and philosophical wisdom about the creative nature of singing. She works to de-program the singer as to the many myths about singing recurring themes that flood vocal studios and ultimately damage voices. Vocal Rescue is an amalgamation of many precepts from a large library of rare treatises and the concepts outlined come from the fine art of vocal mastery known as bel canto. The text provides a seven step system that demystifies the secrets to beautiful singing, and promises to take all singers to a new level of technical proficiency and expression. Recorded illustrations on CD/DVD demonstrate the vocal principles with lessons and vocalises for singers in all voice ranges to follow.

Songlist: Resonance, Registers, Vowels and Timbre, Legato, Agility, Recitatives and Cadenzas, Voice Freedom, Discovering Your Voice, Releasing Your Creativity, A Collection of Rare and Original Vocalises, Introduction to the Vocalises, Voice Types, Singing Roles, and Learning from the Best, Introduction to the Voice Types, The Professional Singer, Preparing for a Role, Voice Rescue, A Career in Singing

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5290b | Book & DVD & CD | $62.95 || Vocal Pedagogy


Margaret Olson : The Solo Singer in the Choral Setting - A Handbook for Achieving Vocal Health

Review: While there are many similarities between solo and choral singing, they are not the same discipline, and it is important to realize the different approaches necessary for each. In The Solo Singer in the Choral Setting: A Handbook for Achieving Vocal Health, Olson presents the unique perspective of choral singing from a soloist's viewpoint, providing a clear outline of several issues facing the solo singer in the choral setting. She discusses concepts as diverse as body position in rehearsal and acoustic sound production, and she offers practical ideas for solving these challenges. Teaching examples and case studies help illustrate the problems and offer potential solutions for handling the challenges of the choral environment. After a general overview of vocal technique, the chapters address the physiological, psychological, pedagogical, acoustic, and interpretive issues facing the solo singer in the choral setting. Concepts, such as phonation; resonation and timbre; approaches to diction; voice classification; choral blend; interpreting emotion; relationships among choral conductor, singer, and teacher of singing; and the use of vibrato are examined in detail. Concluding with a conversation with two choral conductors, as well as a glossary, bibliography, and index, this volume is beneficial to singers, teachers, and conductors alike.

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8211b | Book | $39.95 |


Rachael Gates, L. Arick Forrest, and Kerrie Obert : The Owner's Manual to the Voice

Review: Singers must equip themselves with enough knowledge to clearly convey specific sensations and difficulties with their instrument. Understanding of potential dangers and disorders, familiarity with a variety of medical procedures, and comprehension in various facets of diagnosis and treatments empower singers to "own," just like other musicians, their instrument. The Owner's Manual to the Voice provides singers with the knowledge necessary to communicate effectively and in intelligent terms a`out their instrument, especially when conversing with medical professionals. Beginning with an overview of the vocal anatomy, lead author Rachael Gates, and co-authors L. Arick Forrest, M.D. and Kerri Obert, M.A., C.C.C/S.L.P, proceed through detailed discussions of caring for the voice and common causes of vocal changes and problems before guiding the reader through the process of choosing, talking to, and working with an ENT. In so doing, they give insights that any professional voice user - whether singer, actor, broadcaster, politician, teacher, preacher, or lawyer - will find helpful if not essential.

Songlist: Introduction, Your Instrument at a Glance, The Singer as an Athlete, Troubleshooting, Indirect Culprits, What Purpose Does the ENT Clinic Serve?, A Vocalist's Guide to Finding the Right ENT, The First Visit and Procedure, A Partnership in Performance, Common Pathologies and Disorders in Singing, Vocally Hazardous Drugs, Cautions to the Singer, A Hypothetical Laryngeal Phonosurgery, Commonly Answered Questions

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6921b | Book | $24.95 |


Robert Sataloff : Vocal Health and Pedagogy - Vol 2

Review: The new edition of this classic text has now been revised and expanded (with completely new chapters on children's singing, the aging voice, vocal health strategies for choral music educators, and vocal pedagogy and choral singing) to the extent that the work is now necessarily and logically divided into two volumes: Vocal Health and Pedagogy, Volume I: Science and Assessment, and Volume II: Advanced Assessment and Practice. This second volume considers the medical and non-medical issues affecting the human voice, including diagnosis and treatment of voice problems, the effects of physical injury, posture, pollutants and irritants, psychological effects, voice therapy, medication, and much more. The world-renowned contributors, under the general authorship and editorship of Professor Sataloff, present everything that students need for vocal pedagogy or speech and language pathology coursework, and that professional and amateur performers and their teachers must consider in their daily lives.

Songlist: Common Medical Diagnoses and Treatments in Patients with Voice Disorders, The Effects of Age on the Voice, Hearing Loss in Singers and Other Musicians, Allergy, Respiratory Dysfunction, Endocrine Dysfunction, Performing Arts-Medicine and the Professional Voice User, Bodily Injuries and Their Effects on the Voice, Seating Problems of Vocalists, Nutrition and the Professional Voice, Sleep and the Vocal Performer, Pollution and Its Effects on the Voice, Artificial Fogs and Smokes, Psychological Aspects of Voice Disorders, Performance Anxiety, Medications and the Voice, Medications and Traveling Performers, Introduction to Treating Voice Abuse, Speech-Language Pathology and the Professional Voice User, Voice Therapy, Voice Rest, Increasing Vocal Effectiveness, The Singing Voice Specialist, The Role of the Acting-Voice Trainer in Medical Care of Professional Voice Users, Exercise Physiology: Perspective for Vocal Training

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6848b | Book | $62.95 |


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