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The Human Voice
Transcript of The Human Voice
Our vocal chords are flaps of tissue that are connected to the larynx, and by using different muscles, we can vibrate them. Vibrating the vocal chords causes the air passing through them to vibrate. This makes noise when we talk and when we sing. If we make the vocal chords vibrate really fast, we get a high pitch, and if we vibrate them more slowly, we get a lower pitch. By combining different pitches, we can sing songs! 1 Soprano: Female High-pitched
Alto: Female Low-pitched
Mezzo-soprano: Female soprano-alto combination
Tenor: Male High-pitched
Bass: Male Low-pitched
Baritone: Male tenor-bass combination Coloratura soprano:possesses a light, sparkling tone & a capacity to precisely render florid passages in the highest range
Lyric soprano:warm, darker tone than coloratura, effective in singing expressibe melody
Dramatic soprano:makes an impact by the force with which the voice is projected & by the majesty of tone
Lyric tenor:male equivalent to lyric soprano
Dramatic tenor/tenore robusto:male equivalent to dramatic soprano
Heroic tenor:characterized by robust brilliance & fit for the taxing Wagnerian roles
Basso profundo:heaviest and deepest of the singing voices
Basso buffo:bass of a less deep, round quality and greater clarity, suited for performance of comic parts HUMAN VOICE IS UNIQUE speech... ...music