Vocal pedagogy

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Vocal pedagogy is the study of the art and science of voice instruction.wikipedia
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Head voice

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These men identified three registers: chest voice, throat voice, and head voice (pectoris, guttoris, and capitis).
In vocal music, the head voice, depending on vocal pedagogy, is a particular part of the vocal range, or type of vocal register, or a vocal resonance area.

Chest voice

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These men identified three registers: chest voice, throat voice, and head voice (pectoris, guttoris, and capitis).

Manuel García (baritone)

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Manuel Patricio Rodríguez García is often considered one of the most important voice teachers of the 19th century, and is credited with the development of the laryngoscope and the beginning of modern voice pedagogy.
Manuel Patricio Rodríguez García (17 March 1805 – 1 July 1906), was a Spanish singer, music educator, and vocal pedagogue.

Vocal register

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Highly influential in the development of a vocal pedagogical system were monks Johannes de Garlandia and Jerome of Moravia who were the first to develop a concept of vocal registers.
Although this view is also adopted by many vocal pedagogists, others define vocal registration more loosely than in the sciences, using the term to denote various theories of how the human voice changes, both subjectively and objectively, as it moves through its pitch range.

Oren Brown

A few American voice teachers began to study the science, anatomy, and physiology of singing, especially Ralph Appelman at Indiana University, Oren Brown at the Washington University School of Medicine and later the Juilliard School, and William Vennard at the University of Southern California.
Oren Brown (April 13, 1909 – March 6, 2004) was a well-known and highly successful American vocal pedagogue and voice teacher.

Richard Miller (singer)

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More recent works by authors such as Richard Miller and Johan Sundberg have increased the general knowledge of voice teachers, and scientific and practical aspects of voice pedagogy continue to be studied and discussed by professionals.
Richard Miller (April 9, 1926 – May 5, 2009) was a professor of singing at Oberlin College Conservatory of Music and the author of numerous books on singing technique and vocal pedagogy.

William Vennard

A few American voice teachers began to study the science, anatomy, and physiology of singing, especially Ralph Appelman at Indiana University, Oren Brown at the Washington University School of Medicine and later the Juilliard School, and William Vennard at the University of Southern California.
William Vennard (31 January 1909 Normal, Illinois – 10 January 1971 Los Angeles, California) was a famous American vocal pedagogist who devoted his life to researching the human voice and its use in singing.

Laryngoscopy

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Manuel Patricio Rodríguez García is often considered one of the most important voice teachers of the 19th century, and is credited with the development of the laryngoscope and the beginning of modern voice pedagogy.
In 1854, a Spanish vocal pedagogist named Manuel García (1805–1906) became the first man to view the functioning glottis and larynx in a living human.

Voice teacher

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It was also during this time, that noted voice teachers began to emerge.
Teachers are generally trained in vocal pedagogy, the study of the teaching of singing.

Singing

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These men identified three registers: chest voice, throat voice, and head voice (pectoris, guttoris, and capitis). It is used in the teaching of singing and assists in defining what singing is, how singing works, and how proper singing technique is accomplished.
Professional singers usually take voice training provided by voice teachers or vocal coaches throughout their careers.

Vocal range

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These qualities include but are not limited to: vocal range, vocal weight, vocal tessitura, vocal timbre, and vocal transition points such as breaks and lifts within the voice.
Vocal pedagogists tend to define the vocal range as the total span of "musically useful" pitches that a singer can produce.

Contemporary commercial music

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Within contemporary forms of music (sometimes referred to as Contemporary Commercial Music), singers are classified by the style of music they sing, such as jazz, pop, blues, soul, country, folk, and rock styles.
Contemporary commercial music or CCM is a term used by some vocal pedagogists in the United States of America to refer to non-classical music.

Voice type

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Other concepts discussed in the monastic system included vocal resonance, voice classification, breath support, diction, and tone quality to name a few.
Many different voice types are used in vocal pedagogy in a variety of voice classification systems.

Human voice

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Vocal pedagogy is the study of the art and science of voice instruction.

Modal voice

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Speech pathologists identify four vocal registers based on the physiology of laryngeal function: the vocal fry register, the modal register, the falsetto register, and the whistle register.
That view is also adopted by many vocal pedagogists, but some vocal pedagogists may view vocal registration differently.

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Phonation

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Phonation is the process of producing vocal sound by the vibration of the vocal folds that is in turn modified by the resonance of the vocal tract.

Voice projection

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Coloratura

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Within each of these major categories there are several sub-categories that identify specific vocal qualities like coloratura facility and vocal weight to differentiate between voices.