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¡Bienvenidos a nuestra selección de joyas en texto para cantantes apasionados! En esta sección, te sumergirás en un mundo de libros cuidadosamente elegidos para nutrir tu pasión por el canto. Desde técnicas vocales hasta biografías inspiradoras, hemos reunido la bibliografía más especializada y recomendada para ayudarte a alcanzar tus metas artísticas. Prepárate para explorar tesoros literarios que te acompañarán en tu viaje musical. ¡Tu voz merece el conocimiento adecuado para brillar!

Esperamos que encuentres aquí la inspiración que necesitas para perfeccionar tu arte y elevar tu talento vocal a nuevas alturas. ¡Adelante, descubre la magia de la palabra impresa y enriquece tu trayectoria musical!

Anatomía para la voz aborda de forma sencilla los conocimientos anatómicos en relación con la voz humana. Da respuesta a preguntas que frecuentemente se plantean las personas interesadas en la voz, como por ejemplo: ¿qué son exactamente el velo del paladar y las cuerdas vocales? ¿Cuáles son las estructuras que están actuando cuando los cantantes suelen utilizar términos como twang, voz de pecho o de cabeza, resonancia, armónicos? ¿Existe una relación entre la posición del cuerpo y la voz? Permite organizar el trabajo vocal a partir de la anatomía: elegir uno u otro ejercicio sabiendo por qué lo hacemos y cómo nos posibilitará optimizar esta parte de la estructura. Ésta obra está dirigida a todas las personas que utilizan regularmente su voz o cuyo trabajo gira en torno a la misma: cantantes, actores, oradores, profesores, ortofonistas, coristas, abogados, etc. Asimismo, está dedicado a todos aquellos interesados en la voz, ya sea por motivos profesionales o personales. Los grandes temas abordados son: -Esqueleto de la voz -Fuelle vocal -Laringe, como origen de la voz -Tracto vocal: articulación y resonancia
Practical Vocal Acoustics: Pedagogic Applications for Teachers and Singers: 1 (National...
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Practical Vocal Acoustics: Pedagogic Applications for Teachers and Singers: 1 (National...
Scientific knowledge of vocal acoustics has grown exponentially in the last eighty years. With sophisticated yet inexpensive sound analysis technology, more voice teachers are curious about the value of vocal acoustics for the studio and see the need to understand it for more efficient, science-informed pedagogy. Kenneth Bozeman distills the most important vocal acoustic principles and insights for contemporary teachers and singers. With concise and easy-to-understand language, the book takes these complex concepts and imparts practical tips and strategies that anyone can use in their teaching and singing. Unlike many other singing texts, this book focuses on the voice as an acoustic phenomenon. Bozeman addresses a myriad of topics including: Bozeman addresses a myriad of topics including: ·Theories of vocal resonance ·The pedagogic implications of tube acoustics ·Formants and their interaction with harmonics ·Vocal registration ·Passaggio training ·The acoustics of belting ·Acoustic technology useful for the studio Also included are vocal exercises implementing these concepts.
The path of the voice
You are a singer, whether a professional or an amateur, or a voice educator, and you want to have a more precise understanding of the mechanisms of this incredible instrument, develop its mastery, enrich your tone, or expand your vocal range. If either of these situations resonates with you, this book is for you. Communicating ideas, whether one-on-one or in public, is part of your daily life. You wonder why a particular speaker has that unique presence in their voice, that charisma that elicits attention, admiration, and approval. On the contrary, you can't stand the voice of a certain actor, colleague, or politician. You would like to modify certain aspects of your own voice and learn how to use it better. You are a singer, whether professional or amateur, or a voice educator, and you want to have a more precise understanding of the mechanisms of this incredible instrument, develop its mastery, enrich your tone, or expand your vocal range. Perhaps you need to repair a damaged voice or find a way to prevent it from getting so tired. You want to discover the technical strategies learned from world-leading vocal pedagogues for different types of voices. If either of these situations speaks to you, this book is for you.
Anatomy of the Voice: An Illustrated Guide for Singers, Vocal Coaches, and Speech...
The first comprehensive, fully-illustrated approach to the voice that explains the anatomy and mechanics in detailed yet down-to-earth terms, for voice users and professionals of all kinds This book is the first to explain, in clear and concise language, the anatomy and mechanics of the mysterious and complex bodily system we call the voice. Beautifully illustrated with more than 100 detailed images, Anatomy of the Voice guides voice teachers and students, vocal coaches, professional singers and actors, and anyone interested in the voice through the complex landscape of breathing, larynx, throat, face, and jaw. Theodore Dimon, an internationally recognized authority on the subject, as well as an expert in the Alexander Technique, makes unfamiliar terrain accessible and digestible by describing each vocal system in short, manageable sections and explaining complex terminology. The topics he covers include ribs, diaphragm, and muscles of breathing; the intrinsic musculature of the larynx, its structure and action; the suspensory muscles of the throat; the face and jaw; the tongue and palate; and the evolution and function of the larynx.
Clinical Voice Disorders
A multimedia reference for current approaches in assessment and treatment The fourth edition of Clinical Voice Disorders is an up-to-date, practical reference for the management of voice disorders caused by structural and neurologic etiologies, as well as psychogenic disorders. The book provides a solid foundation for understanding the relationship between biology and clinical assessment; how neuromechanism relates to disorders; and the complex nature of behavioral voice disorders and treatment. An expanded collection of clinical case studies provides the valuable opportunity to work through real-life examples of frequently encountered problems. New to this edition is a DVD-ROM with videos that provide a window into clinical interviewing, enabling viewers to observe Dr. Aronson's techniques and approaches to therapy. Additional chapters on the DVD-ROM present the evolution and embryology of the larynx and respiratory system, covering vital respiration, respiration for speech, and the anatomy and physiology of phonation. Demonstrations of vocal fold vibratory patterns, stroboscopic examples of various pathologies, and audio samples of dysarthric voices enable clinicians to apply concepts presented in the text. Highlights: Detailed presentation of the voice examination Evidence-based approaches that guide the reader through decision making and to the confident selection of treatments and therapies New chapter presenting the special considerations for treating the professional singer In-depth coverage of the laryngeal and respiratory anatomy and physiology--topics frequently omitted in textbooks on voice disorders Nearly 200 photographs and illustrations demonstrating key concepts Ideal for students in graduate-level speech-language pathology programs and clinicians treating patients with voice disorders, this multimedia resource is indispensable for mastering the philosophy and clinical management for the full range of clinical voice pathologies.
Laryngeal Function and Voice Disorders: Basic Science to Clinical Practice
The definitive evidence-based resource on the diagnosis and treatment of voice disorders Laryngeal Function and Voice Disorders: Basic Science to Clinical Practice by renowned experts Christopher Watts and Shaheen Awan focuses on the latest developments in the assessment and management of voice disorders. New ASHA practice recommendations are included in accessible, digestible, and didactic content. This unique multimedia resource merges historical facts and experiential understanding with recent advances in scientific knowledge and evidence-based practice patterns. The book includes discussion of the anatomical, physiological, acoustic, aerodynamic, and imaging science informing the understanding of vocal function in normal and disordered states. Major technical components of voice evaluation are covered, including perceptual analyses, acoustic analyses, aerodynamic analyses, and laryngeal visualization. Key Highlights: Case studies reinforce evidence-based approaches, clinical relevance, and practical applications Discussion of laryngeal disorders, laryngeal evaluations, laryngeal endoscopy and stroboscopy, and voice rehabilitation Voice and airway impairment evaluations, diagnostic and treatment processes, and options available to speech-language pathologists Guidance on collaborating with medical specialists, in particular otolaryngologists Videos and sound files aid in the understanding of the perceptual and acoustic components of voice evaluation This highly practical reference is a must have for upper-level undergraduate students in communication sciences, graduate students in speech language pathology, and practicing health care professionals. Otolaryngology and neurology residents and physical therapy doctoral candidates will also find this resource beneficial. This book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on https://medone.thieme.com.
Complete Vocal Fitness: A Singer’s Guide to Physical Training, Anatomy, and Biomechanics...
Complete Vocal Fitness: A Singer’s Guide to Physical Training, Anatomy, and Biomechanics is a primer on sport-specific training for vocal athletes. Elite athletes apply cutting-edge research in movement and physiology to customize fitness regimens that ensure peak performance. The principles of sports science that enable them to fine-tune strength, flexibility and dynamic stabilization to meet the requirements of a given sport are invaluable for preparing the body to meet the physical demands of singing. This book will teach you to: Optimize alignment by identifying and resolving postural distortions Balance strength and flexibility throughout your torso to facilitate full breathing and promote coordinated breath management Improve oxygen consumption to enhance your stamina and ability to sustain long phrases Stabilize your spine and major joints in order to continue performing with solid technique while meeting the demands of stage movement Musicians of all kinds benefit from understanding the basics of how their instruments work. This book is also a guide to how the vocal instrument functions. You will find accessible descriptions of the fundamental components of vocal anatomy – laryngeal function, articulation and resonance – explaining their movements, their interaction with one another, their integration with the anatomy of breathing and alignment, and relating them to common non-anatomical terminology often used in the voice studio.
This is a Voice: 99 exercises to train, project and harness the power of your voice
Your voice is a powerful instrument. But how can you get the best out of it? This is a Voice is a practical toolkit of step-by-step vocal exercises to help speakers and singers of all abilities transform the quality of their voice. Using advice from expert vocal coaches, you'll learn: - Breathing exercises and vocal warm-ups - How to pace and project your voice - Techniques for speaking with confidence - How to sing jazz, pop, opera - and even try beatboxing - with style Whether you're a member of a choir or a professional singer, preparing for a big presentation or planning a wedding speech, This is a Voice will give you the skills to make yourself heard.
Your Body, Your Voice: The Key to Natural Singing and Speaking
In this innovative book, Theodore Dimon, EdD, shows how each part of the vocal organ (breathing, larynx, throat, and so on) works as part of a larger musculoskeletal system that is often interfered with, and how identifying this larger system and understanding in a practical way how it works allows a person to train and improve the voice, whether speaking or singing. Traditional vocal training methods, says Dimon, cannot be effective without restoring the functioning of the musculature that supports the voice. Enhanced with over 50 detailed full-color illustrations, the book discusses the fallacy of traditional breathing exercises and explains that the key to efficient breathing lies in the expansive support of the trunk and rib cage. Investigating the elements needed to produce a strong supported tone, Dimon describes the importance of voice “placement,” or directing the sound to a part of the body in order to produce a fully rounded, resonant tone. He identifies harmful patterns of speech and singing, and offers helpful methods for reestablishing the natural function of the vocal mechanism. Individual chapters cover elements of the whispered “ah,” producing a pure sung tone, vocal registers, the suspensory muscles of the larynx, and more.
Calmar la ansiedad: Descubre cómo el mindfulness puede liberartedel miedo y la angustia...
Recurriendo a técnicas y perspectivas de dos tradiciones aparentemente diferentes, este clásico de la autoayuda te ofrece un poderoso método para superar la ansiedad, el miedo y el pánico. La medicina occidental ha hallado evidencias del papel que nuestros pensamientos y emociones desempeñan en la ansiedad. A partir de la tradición oriental de la meditación y la aplicación de las técnicas de la conciencia plena o mindfulness, este libro descubre nuestro potencial para la autoconciencia y la quietud, la bondad y la compasión, así como el tremendo poder que estos estados nos confieren para curar y transformar nuestra vida. A través de las tres partes en las que se divide el libro, el autor nos ofrece un programa paso a paso para abordar la ansiedad y el miedo hasta alcanzar la paz y la serenidad interior que nos posibiliten superar el miedo y la ansiedad..
El cerebro del artista: La creatividad vista desde la neurociencia (PSICOLOGIA Y...
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El cerebro del artista: La creatividad vista desde la neurociencia (PSICOLOGIA Y...
¿Cuál es el sentido biológico del arte? ¿Por qué el ser humano invierte tanto tiempo en crear obras bellas y placenteras para nuestro espíritu? Desde hace miles de años, los humanos expresan en un soporte material, como una roca o un lienzo, unas imágenes que reproducen su percepción de la realidad, una versión propia y personal del mundo que los rodea. Este mundo se construye a través de un lenguaje cuya gramática se basa en una rica y compleja combinación de patrones y formas, de colores y luz, y cuyo resultado nos revela la psicología del artista. Este libro es una introducción accesible a lo que la neurociencia ha descubierto sobre diversos aspectos de la neurobiología de la actividad artística humana.
Deja de actuar, empieza a vivir (Artes Escénicas)
Los maestros de interpretación no enseñan a triunfar, enseñan el oficio y echan al actor al mundo, dice Bernardo Hiller en este libro que condensa su experiencia de casi 40 años como actor y su método como celebrado coach de actores. Porque parece que en el mundo de la interpretación es de mal gusto hablar de cosas como el dinero, los agentes, los castings… es decir, los elementos más pragmáticos de la carrera actoral. Hiller ofrece una serie de consejos y ejercicios para alcanzar el «triunfo» en el negocio del espectáculo. ¿Qué tiene uno de especial que ofrecer a la industria? Pues todo, porque cada uno es único. Hiller alienta a sus alumnos a ser diferentes y auténticos: es imposible ser un buen actor si uno no es «la estrella» en su propia vida, y su técnica se basa en poner orden en los miedos e inseguridades que impiden a un actor actuar de forma auténtica y le reducen a hacer falsas imitaciones de los sentimientos. Insiste en la necesidad del trabajo sobre la vida personal y la aceptación como principal herramienta para alcanzar los objetivos.
Aprende a promocionar tu trabajo: 10 recursos para artistas, diseñadores y creativos (SIN...
Aprende a promocionar tu trabajo es un libro para todas aquellas personas que rehúyen el concepto de autopromoción. Diez sencillas máximas ponen fin al mito del genio solitario y nos enseñan a darnos a conocer con osadía y generosidad. Austin Kleon nos muestra cómo la obra creativa no es un producto sino un proceso en permanente desarrollo que, al compartirse, nos permite construir un público propio y aprender a comunicarnos con él. No tienes que ser un genio, Abre tu gabinete de curiosidades, Enseña lo que sabes pero no te conviertas en spam humano, Aprende a recibir los golpes Con principiostan contundentes como estos, Kleon no sólo nos enseña estrategias para que nos atrevamos a mostrar nuestro trabajo, sino que nos abre un nuevo e increíble escenario el de la comunicación para que reflexionemos desde otra perspectiva sobre nuestra propia obra.

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5 Hábitos para ser un buen cantante

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Los 5 Hábitos Básicos para una Salud Vocal Óptima¡Hola a todos! Soy Marta Fabregat, entrenadora vocal y vocal coach con más de 13 años de experiencia en el mundo del canto. En este artículo, quiero compartir contigo cinco hábitos fundamentales que todo cantante, o...

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