Voice emission — just a teacher tool or something more? Cover Image

Emisja głosu — warsztat nauczyciela czy coś więcej?
Voice emission — just a teacher tool or something more?

Author(s): Bogumiła Tarasiewicz
Subject(s): Music
Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego

Summary/Abstract: The author of the article points to the important role the teacher voice plays in a widely-understood education. She calls voice emission an art, the refinement of which comes with time and gains of performing correctness. The human voice also performs a number of functions in social life. For example, it is an important means of interpersonal communication and a tool handy in many professions. The features of human voice express its personality, temper, musicality and others. It plays an extremely important role in the case of musicians, i.e. choir conductors, vocalists, music theatre actors and music teachers. The lack of the mastery of basic vocal skills, as well as knowledge on its structure and functions inevitably leads to many diseases, such as chronic hoarseness or singing nodules, i.e. aphonia. The students’ awareness of voice hygiene and their own vocal predispositions leads to their conscious singing and speaking, as well as protecting their performing apparatus.

  • Issue Year: 2009
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 125-135
  • Page Count: 11
  • Language: Polish
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