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Author Feindel, Janet M.

Title The thought propels the sound / Janet Madelle Feindel
Published San Diego, CA : Plural Pub., [2009]
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Contents Preface; Acknowledgments; Contributors; Introduction to Voice Training; Overview of Voice Methods: Whose Voice Is It Anyway?; Overview of Speech Methods: Whose Standard Is It Anyway?; Voice and the Alexander Technique; Vox Explora: What Is It?; Resonex; Voice and Text Explorations; Directors, Voice, and the Rehearsal Process; Special Issues; Working with Voice/Dialect and Alexander Coaches; References; Resources; Anatomy and Physiology of the Voice; Index; 1; 2; 3; Appendix; Chapter 6; Berry, 2000; Hampton & Acker, 2000; Abraham, 2005; Knight, 2000; Skinner, 1990; Zito, 2000; Colaianni, 1994
Gelb, 1996Carrington, 2004; Chapter 4; Chapter 2; Chapter 3; 4; Williamson, 1992; Chapter 7; Linklater (1976, revised 2007); 5; Green, Burgess, & Coulter, 2000; Kohan & Seidelman, 1998; Winter & Van Patten, 2002; Bruder et al., 1986; Shurtleff (2003); Chapter 5.; Chapter 8; Benjamin and Cherie Sohnen-Moe (published 2005; Figure A-1; Figure A-2; Ardran & Kemp, 1956
Summary For directors, voice and dialect coaches, Alexander teachers, medical specialists, speech pathologists, actors and singers and anyone interested in the performers voice in the theatre, this book provides an overview of basic voice and speech production, the Alexander technique and ways to integrate these principles into the rehearsal process and methods for working most effectively with voice and speech/Alexander coaches
Subject Voice culture.
Voice.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1597568724 (electronic bk.)
9781597568722 (electronic bk.)
(alk. paper)
(alk. paper)