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PRELIMINARY QBSERVATIONS As TO THE VOCAL ORGANS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS m SPEECH
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action aperture audible back resonator C. D. Broad C. K. Ogden calm central oriﬁce chromatic scale closed compared consonants constriction deﬁnite denote diameter double resonator effect English epiglottis experiments ﬁnd ﬁngers ﬁrst ﬁrst ﬁnger ﬁve ﬁxed ﬂow frequency front resonator gestures of articulation give hand heard Helmholtz resonators human mouth human speech I. A. Richards inﬂexion Jean Piaget language larynx note length lower resonance means method movement musical nasal cavity notation observed octave opening pantomimic partial closure pharynx phonation plasticine Polynesian Polynesian language position pressure produced pronunciation range recorded reed resonance changes rubber tube semitones shown in Fig signiﬁcant similar single resonance soft palate speech sounds syllable symbol thumb tone tongue and lips Tongue track tuned unvoiced upper resonance varied vibration vocal cavity vocal cords voice vowel sounds whispered speech whistle words