Smart Stuff Laid Plain: A Snack Approach
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A common complaint I hear among colleagues in- and outside of academia is that a particular knowledge base lies out of reach. In our attempts to develop more consistent language for discussing vocalism, insider terminology still distances us from one another. The most perilous areas for most of us continue to be resonance and acoustics. The concepts, the words, the numbers, and (how to agree on) what to do with the numbers continue to confound us. I am called to facilitate learning, help give meaning and application value to academic concepts, and help others find their unique voices in this large, yet intimate, field. This article shares one interpretation on these terms in the hopes that some find meaning and the possibility of application of the shared information. It is with this in mind that I offer this article, inspired by the writings of the late Paul Kiesgen who was, in my view, a great seeker of knowledge and clarity in the area of voice pedagogy.
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Smart Stuff Laid Plain: A Snack Approach.