Speech for the Stage
Routledge, 3 de abr. de 2013 - 268 páginas
From its original publication, thousands of actors have used this classic text to develop and refine their voice and speech. Evangeline Machlin includes warm-up routines for the voice but initially focuses on the importance of listening. She also discusses such important elements as relaxation, phonetics, articulation, resonance, pitch, rate of speech and stress. In addition, there are chapters on dialects, on reading aloud, sight reading, auditioning and performance.
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Projecting Your Speech
The Speech Instrument
Relaxation for Speech
Breath Control for Speech
Resonance in Speech
Articulation and the Phonetic Alphabet
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accent action actor ah ah ah American arms articulation audience begin breath control British Caed TC Caed TRS Chapter consonants continue Correction dialect diaphragm diphthongs Edward Albee exercises exhalation eyes fault feel Gerard Manley Hopkins glottis Hamlet hear hoarseness inflection inhale John Barrymore John Gielgud larynx lines lips Listen lungs mah mah mouth movements muscles nasal nasal consonants nose Othello Pant Paul Scofield pause phonetic transcription phrase pitch change pitch transcription play poem poetry practice projection pronunciation read aloud recording rehearsal relaxation released Repeat resonance role scene schwa scream sentence sequence Shakespeare CSP silence singing slowly soft palate Sound symbol sound waves speak speech pitch speech techniques speech tone speed spelling spoken stage stress syllable symbol theatre thou throat tion tongue Tongue-tip trachea transcribed vibrating vocal cords vocal tract Voiceless vowel words yawn