As specified in many sources and researches, human voice is defined as an excellent instrument. The foremost difference between voice producing in human body and in an instrument is that the production can directly be controlled in musi- cal instruments but cqan only be controlled indirectly in human body. Since to be able to produce the perfect voice in human body, several organs have to act in uni- son. Therefore it is important to narrate the human body’s parts that take part in vo- ice producing to students just as a musical instrument’s parts and features. Most especially in the beginning of voice training, explaining voice physiology, not as complex as in medicine but generically, with the basic issues will have positive contribution to the training process. In this context research conducted, the voice physiology have been explained among with the basic issues to 10 undergradurate students who take voice training classes in their first year in Uludag University Fi- ne Arts Faculty and after eight weeks training the results have been evaluated. In consequence of the research, it is concluded that the exposition of voice physiology both theoretically and practically to the students have an positive impact and en- hances the relevance to the lectures.
Voice Training, Voice Physiology, Training Continuum, Affect
|Author :||Ayhan HELVACI|
|Number of pages:||247-257|