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Journal of The Korean Society of Laryngology, Phoniatrics and Logopedics 1998;9(1): 43-46.
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이화여자대학교 의과대학 이비인후과학교실
Vocal Efficiency Measures in Classically Trained Western Singers
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ABSTRACT
Background and Objectives
: Singers, the vocal equivalents of Olympic athletes, may present with vocal dysfunction in the singing voice before adverse effects are noted in the speech mode. For the classically trained singers, any imbalance in the respiratory, laryngeal or resonatory subsystems may manifest first in technical compensations. Therefore it is necessary that baseline values be available in order to differentiate technique related dysfunction from abnormalities within the phonatory system.
Materials and Method
s : Vocal efficiency measures were collected from 55 classically trained singers and 20 untrained adults. All singers was divided into 3 groups : (1) Singers who have normal larynx with out voice symptoms. (2) Singers who have vocal nodule without voice symptoms. (3) Singers who have vocal nodule with voice complaints.
Results
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Conclusion
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Results
were compared with each other. Differences in each group wert found, suggesting the need for separate normative data to be used for the evaluation of the classically trained singers.
KEY WORDS: Classically trained singers;Vocal efficiency;
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