A reference text for all singers, this book discusses the physiological, psychological, musical and emotional aspects of the voice, in regards to singing and also speaking. Presents clear explanations and diagrams of parts of the body that relate to singing and to the processes of vocal production. The fifth edition has been updated with thoughts on vocal pedagogy in the 21st century.
Designed to acquaint the singer with the inner workings of their instrument, this book discusses vocal care, vocal anatomy, common causes of vocal changes and problems, and how to work with an ENT specialist.
A comprehensive scientific resource for vocal care professionals and performers, designed to provide a practical understanding of the specialized aspects of clinical vocal care. While written primarily for physicians, enough introductory information is provided to render it accessible.
A guide for singers on how to use the Feldenkrais Method to address problems of tension and muscle strain, with the goal of optimizing vocal performance. Contains modularized Feldenkrais "Awareness through Movement" lessons.