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People with voice problems can seek advice and therapy from a speech-language pathologist. Besides having problems with the speaking voice, a number of them are also amateur choristers. In addition to her standard examination, the speech-language pathologist has to specifically describe the use of the singing voice during choral singing and to assess the amount of mutual influence of speaking and singing voice.
In therapy, a healthy phonation is learned. In today's practice, the therapist tends to confine herself to training the sepaking voice. It is known that pitch variation influences phonation. As pitch is a complicating factor in singing, the therapist could make the client aware of this influence by using exercises that alternate speaking and singing voice.
Reference to and cooperation with singing teachers is essential. A network of speech-language pathologists 'with an ear for singers' and singing teachers should be built up.

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OrganisatieFontys Hogescholen
Gepubliceerd inLogopedie en Foniatrie Vol. 1994, Uitgave: 66, Pagina's: 272-275
Jaar1994
TypeArtikel
TaalNederlands

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