CH10 outline MUS119

CH10 outline MUS119 - Joshua Mintz 4/14/2008 Mrs. Bewlay...

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Joshua Mintz 17:08:34 Mrs. Bewlay MUS 119 Chapter 10 Outline Coordinating the Vocal Process I) Types of Coordinated Processes A) Volition- the brain and body interactively transmit instructions throughout the body, resulting in an instantaneous chain reaction of neuromuscular responses B) Respiration- air is inhaled and momentarily suspended in the lungs C) Phonation- airflow, released by passive forces of exhalation in combination with action of the abdominal wall muscles, meets resistance by the vocal folds D) Resonation- finely tuned movements of the articulating organs produce vocal sounds that take shape as words E) Articulation- ideas, moods, and actions are expressed II) Elements of Dynamic Vocalism A) Flexible coordination B) A well-coordinated voice demonstrates some principle characteristics associated with accomplished singers such as: 1) accurate intonation a) the ability to sing “in tune” b) reproduce accurate pitches of music scales and modes c) highly effected by the ability of singers to tune their resonators with their fundamental
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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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CH10 outline MUS119 - Joshua Mintz 4/14/2008 Mrs. Bewlay...

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