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Journal of The Korean Society of Laryngology, Phoniatrics and Logopedics 2011;22(2): 111-114.
국악(판소리) 발성법
전북대학교 의학전문대학원 이비인후과학교실
The Vocalization for Korean Traditional Song "Pansori"
Ki-Hwan Hong
Department of Otolaryngology-HNS, Medical School, Chonbuk National University
All singers can often develop voice trouble secondary to vocal abuse and overuse, but it is well known that traditional Korean singer (pansori) develop voice disorders more frequently than western style sunger. While laryngological concern for voice disorders arising in professional singers has received some attention, empirically motivated investigations of the underlying acoustic features of the singing voice have been relatively limited. Since all singers have a good knowledge of the voice and voice training, they would hardly give consent for treatment to a doctor unless he understood their desire to maximize their voice quality. The components of this report are composed of breathing, basic ekement, and vocalization, essencial fact, for getting a perfect voice for pansori. The breathing is based on hypogastric breathing. The main functions of breathing are energy and power of utterence, tempo of rhythm and seperating paragraph and controlling feelings according to dramatic situation. Vocalization is based on general vocalization. Main uses of it are maintaining singer's tone and harmony of cosmetic dual force.
KEY WORDS: Pansori;Breathing;Vocalization;
중심 단어: 판소리;호흡법;발성법;
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