• "The Problem:" A Study of the Changing Voice, Its Causes and Methods of Dealing With It 

    Ernest, Deborah (1974)
    In this study, the sound producing organs and the effect body growth has on them will be discussed. An investigation of the theories concerned with the recognition of approaching change and a study of two of the major ...
  • Registration, Breathing and Health, Related to Singing 

    Fair, Paul J. (1984)
    This paper will concentrate on three areas of importance in vocal pedagogy. They are registration, breathing, and health problems. There are generally three theories in registration: one register, two registers, and three ...
  • A Study of the Cambiata Voice 

    Thompson, Janice Kelly (1989)
    A discussion of the role of the boy's treble voice in early times is preceded with consideration of the initial role and eventual dismissal of women's voices from choral music settings. This summary is important to ...
  • Tension in the Performing Singer: Exploring the Types, Causes, Effects, and Cures 

    Fulsebakke, Gary L. (1982)
    Faced with greater demands on his dramatic and movement abilities, today's artist must learn to incorporate additional skills and still keep a high level of vocal proficiency. The purpose of this paper is to (1) ...
  • Vocal Hyperfunction in the Singing Voice 

    Start, Sheryl (1986)
    The vocal mechanism is so often taken for granted, especially by the professional voice user. Contrary to popular belief, the larynx was not designed to further the careers of clergy, politicians, lecturers or singers. ...