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Actor-specific vocal pedagogy and rehabilitation therapy

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Maria de Miranda - Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli - [1998-99]
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  • Abstract
    For years, medical litterature, especially otorhinolaryngology, with reference to vocal production disorders, has showed great scientific interest in the pathological manifestations of the larynx, particularly focusing on vocal chords, in order to develop the best therapeutic treatments. Only in the last decade however, owing to the forming of a recent phoniatric and logopedic culture, researchers have turned their attention to voice as a comprehensive psychosocial phenomenon.
    Both the behaviour of the anatomical structures making up the pneumophonic system and a concept of voice as an important means of communication, with all its obvious relational and emotional implications, have accordingly gained specific and particular value. These two aspects are indeed underlined in the artistic use of voice, which is usually intensely strained in acting as in singing.
    All that being stated, this work will give a rapid survey of the development of pedagogy through time, by stressing the delineation of the relationship between art and science (chapter I).
    A specifically technical treatment relative to anatomy and phonation physiology elements (chapter II) will follow, along with physical parameters and voice typology (chapter III). Vocal pathology will be treated in relation with the actor's art and will be examined in relation with all the possible consequences of a wrong vocal pedagogy.
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