Clear Speech: Practical Speech Correction and Voice Improvement

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Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 81 pages
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Voice and manner of speech are highly personal expressions of personality. But for an actor or public speaker, developing a voice to suit a role or convey strength and authority is more than personal, it's critical. Clear Speechoffers a means for actors and others to identify and solve speech problems or significantly improve their voices by using tested, practical exercises. These are neither difficult nor mysterious. They rely on readjustment of habits - a readjustment anyone can make through thorough, frequent, and informed practice, beginning with relaxation and posture and progressing to the particulars of sound. Written by a professional voice teacher, Clear Speechwill help users understand, manage, and develop a healthy vocal instrument.

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Contents

Posture
14
Inadequate Pitch Range in the Voice
28
SPEECH FAULTS
45
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MALCOLM MORRISON resides in Hartford, CT, where he teaches at the Hartt School. He is the author of Classical Acting.

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