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The Great Scale
Nasal Nasal Singing
Resonant Consonants
The Head Voice
The Vowel-sound _ah_
Practical Exercises
The Cure
Singing Covered
The Tongue
Auxiliary Vowels


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Preparation For Singing
The Sensations Of The Palate
The Highest Head Tones
Extension Of The Compass And Equalization Of Registers
Development And Equalization
The Position Of The Mouth (contraction Of The Muscles Of Speech)
Concerning Expression
In Conclusion
The Singer's Physiological Studies
The Sensation Of The Resonance Of The Head Cavities


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Before The Public
Singing Toward The Nose Head Voice
Trill
The Sensation Of The Resonance Of The Head Cavities



Singing Covered





We sing covered as soon as the soft palate is lowered toward the nose
(that is, in the middle register), and the resonance and attack are
transferred thither so that the breath can flow over the soft palate
through the nose.

This special function of the palate, too, should be carefully prepared
for in the tones that precede it, and mingled with them, in order not
to be heard so markedly as it often is. In men's voices this is much
more plainly audible than in women's; but both turn it to account
equally on different tones. This often produces a new register that
should not be produced. This belongs to the chapter on registers.


The tone is concentrated on the front of the palate instead of being
spread over all of it--but this must not be done too suddenly.





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