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Books and materials: Videos about voice production



Hello,
Thanks to all who responded to my inquiry about videos on voice
mechanics for school aged students. Here are a few resources:

1)"The Singers Voice"
www.caldwellpublishing.com/press/HUPR2.html

2) University of Pittsburgh
www.upmc.edu/upmcvoice/

3) The VoiceCare Network-will be releasing a video series soon. Get in
touch w/Leon
VLThur44(a)qwest.net

4) "Voice Tour" - Video
by Dr. Tom Cleveland

5) PST....Inc. Dallas - series produced by company in Texas.
1-800-284-7043 www.pstpub.com

6) ChoralNet Resource www.choralnet.org >rehearsal>vocal pedagogy

7) www.vocalposters.com - graphic info on physiology of vocal
apparatus
======================================Kimberlee Bratton
Mendocino Unified Choral Director
bratton(a)mcn.org



on September 10, 2002 10:00pm
I need to get the video which talks about voice production
I'll like to improve my voice.
on November 28, 2002 10:00pm
I need to get the video which talks about voice production.I'll like to improve myvoice.
on May 5, 2008 10:00pm
Hello,
I'm looking for a "lab model" of how the diaphragm muscle works in correlation witht the lungs when breathing, singing.
I googled anatomical models on the respiratory system, and came close to what I was looking for, but not exactly. I wanted a "functioning" model other than our own human bodies, for my choir to actually see, what is going on inside our bodies, when we sing.
Any ideas, or help?
THanks for any reference or help
Hamusicliturgy