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produced by the voice

speaking or spoken without reserve

characterized by, containing, or functioning as a vowel or vowels

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music intended to be performed by one or more singers, usually with instrumental accompaniment

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relating to or designed for or using the singing voice

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given to expressing yourself freely or insistently

full of the sound of voices

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Conclusion: Vocal cord paralysis is a common clinical condition with substantial morbidity.
After a comprehensive neurolaryngologic evaluation, initial therapy for a paresis podule should be directed at the vocal fold paresis.
Then, when it is used improperly or without the adequate preparation, makes the warm-up and cool-down of the muscles involved in phonation essential to health and adequate vocal performance vocal [3], mainly for voice professionals.
Reliable, valid, objective voice assessment is essential in diagnosing vocal fold scar, as well as in the assessment of other voice disorders.
Vocal Coach Ken Tamplin himself makes visits to the site and answers questions and makes announcements about upcoming events.
Instead, the researchers speculate that the fat gives the vocal folds their square shape (as opposed to the more traditional triangular vocal folds found in most species), and may cushion the vocal folds and provide repair material when they are damaged.
They also send messages from the brain to the larynx to direct movement of the vocal folds during talking, breathing, swallowing, and lifting.
By prefacing each aria and sacred work with a listing of instrumentation, Hurwitz uses a device not usually seen in a study of vocal works.
As a dancer I often feel as if I neglect the vocal and breathing power.
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance: ``It's Like That,'' Mariah Carey; ``Since U Been Gone,'' Kelly Clarkson; ``Good Is Good,'' Sheryl Crow; ``I Will Not Be Broken,'' Bonnie Raitt; ``Hollaback Girl,'' Gwen Stefani.
Lute music in tablature was printed throughout the sixteenth century, but Galilei was the first to propose a method of converting vocal music to a form playable on the lute; for all the dances and fantasias that sixteenth-century lutenists published, it was still the intabulation of vocal music--madrigals, chansons, motets, and even masses--that forms the bulk of the repertory.
On rare occasions toward the end of a 10-mile run or longer, I will experience a vocal cord spasm.
READY STEADY GO (Vocals Asher D) Guitar intro, vocal blast, then the crunching beats kick in to herald his new breaks and beats direction.
High-tech help is on the way for professional singers who face the occupational hazard of singing in the wrong vocal register.
When you speak softly, your vocal cords move back and forth gently.