CH9outlineMUS119

CH9outlineMUS119 - Joshua M. Mintz 4/14/2008 Mrs. Bewlay...

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Joshua M. Mintz 19:21:37 Mrs. Bewlay MUS 119 Chapter 9 Outline Voicing Vowels and Consonants I) Linguistic Technology A) Articulation 1) refers to the mechanics of producing speech sounds 2) includes the movements and adjustments of speech organs (lip, tongue, jaw, velum, cheeks, larynx) in pronouncing a particular speech a) This is called a phoneme. B) Enunciation 1) refers to the act or manner of pronouncing syllables, words, or sentences in a clear, distinct manner 2) associated with definitive statements, declarations, or proclamations C) Pronunciation 1) the act or result of uttering phonemes, syllables, words, and phrases in a particular manner according to accepted standards D) Diction 1. refers to using the prevailing standards of word usage and pronunciation in a comprehensible manner and style II) Primary Singing Languages A) English (Native language) 1) Usually affords the greatest ease and facility. B)
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course MUS 119 taught by Professor Bewlay during the Fall '07 term at Buffalo State.

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CH9outlineMUS119 - Joshua M. Mintz 4/14/2008 Mrs. Bewlay...

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