Voice Classification by Phonetography
This book provides an essential guideline for phoniatricians, ENT specialists, speech and voice therapists, vocal coaches, singing teachers, choir conductors, actors and singers, and everyone who is involved with phenomenon of the voice.
As this text shows, phonetographic analysis of the speaking and singing voice has been proven to be of great help for students and teachers of drama and singing education.
The book presents an age-related and gender-specific pattern card of the human voice, based on a step-by-step analysis of a database of more than 1000 phonetograms. This pattern card enables a basic voice classification of any subject, providing a guideline with useful information for voice education and voice therapy, as demonstrated by a selection of 152 figures and 72 tables, including some exceptional longitudinal phonetograms of actors and singers across a wide age range.