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Related Links & Articles

These are just a small example of the extensive links to online exercises and lessons we have available in the Singers Articles section, which contains complete listings of lessons, exercises or articles available on each site with direct links to the page (when not a framed site) plus answers to pretty much everything a beginner, intermediate, advanced singer or teacher needs to know! (All links open in a new window).

Journey of the Voice
(Site in process of moving.. some sections may not be available). Provides information on the process of speech and singing complete with diagrams which include respiration, Support system for the voice (framework) with diagrams of spine, ribs, strenum, and pelvis, phonation, resonation, articlation and care of the voice by Eric Armstrong.

A Basic Overview of Voice Production
Article by Ronald C. Scherer, Ph.D. explores the differences between male and female voices with explanations of vocal registers, the aging voice, rough voice and basic voice production.

Anatomy Modules - TMJ Tutorial
The University of Washington Dept. of Radiology presents the Termporomandibular Joint, includes QuickTime movies, descriptions and diagrams including computed tomography and magnetic resonance pictures of the TMJ.

Cyber Anatomy Tutorials
A range of tutorials on anatomical structure complete with clear pictures in each section written by Donal Shanahan, of the Anatomy & Clinical Skills Centre, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Emory University's Human Anatomy Course
An explaination of the Pharynx and Larynx with diagrams of the structures of the throat and how movement affects the vocal chords.

La Voix
French site (no english) has some excellent diagrams of the larynx, respitory, hearing and resonation systems of the body.

Respiratory System - Larynx
Pictoral cross sections of the larynx and vocal folds - click on the links provided and labels will appear, excellent for singing teachers and students, the page has a print facility ! GetBodySmart is an online examination of Human Anatomy and Physiology. This is an ideal start point for beginners with animated interactive diagrams that can be printed for further study or use in the classroom. (flash player required)

Voice Acoustics - informative information on the physics of the voice plus sections on flutes, clarinet, saxophone, didjeridu, guitar, violin and brass.