Class Notes - harsh, rough vocal timbre 3. Combination...

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Music 102 10-13-08 The Voice ZAP MAMA Adventures in Afropea Three Elements: Energy Source Vibrating Element Resonating Chamber The Head Voice (Head Register) (Light Mechanism)-Women most always use this for their register (Falsetto) The Chest Voice (Chest Register) (Heavy Mechanism)- Men most always use this for their register “Vernacular” voices often use electronic enhancement use microphone as part of technique 3 types of Vernacular Singers 1. “Crooner”- Bing Crosby Microphone tech. Smooth vocal delivery Relaxed vocal sound 2. “Screamer/ Shouter”-“Little” Richard Penniman intense, driving delivery
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Unformatted text preview: harsh, rough vocal timbre 3. Combination Style- Patsy Cline Vocal Delivery COMBINING in 1 song (not alternating) from 1 song to another Crooner/ Screamer Style Trained voices are usually acoustic instruments Project in large concert halls Project ever large areas Soprano(mezzo soprano) Alto Tenor(baritone) Bass [Leonard Berstein, west side story] Kiri te Kanawa- Soprano Titania Tryanos- Mezzo Soprano Leonard Berstein- (baritone?) Contra Bass(Russian Bass)-lowest and rarest of voices Growl Register Throat singers from tuva Multiphonics...
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