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Andrew Wasson from Creative Guitar Studio begins a three part series covering the analysis of various songwriting ideas used to create a pop/rock song.
The example piece was written by Andrew for the instructional series and contains several sections in it's layout.
In this video Andrew examines the songs key signature, use of harmony and the layout of harmony through the various sections of the piece.
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Dr. Robert Bastian reviews the various types and subtypes of a rare neurological voice disorder called spasmodic dysphonia--SD. Numerous voice examples are included, along with video of the vocal folds.
Spasmodic dysphonia (SD) is a rare neurological disorder caused by laryngeal dystonia, and it interferes with the smooth functioning of the voice. Tiny spasms of the vocal folds may cause the voice to catch or cut out, strain or squeeze away, and sometimes to drop momentarily to a whisper. Those watching this tape will hear examples of the many types of SD.
Dr. Robert Bastian of Bastian Voice Institute explains laryngospasm with video of the larynx and a simulated attack.
Laryngospasm is a sudden, often severe attack of difficulty breathing, typically lasting between 30 and 90 seconds. Usually the individual makes a frightening noise while trying to breathe in during the episode, which they often call a "choking attack. You will hear the types of noises often made by the person experiencing laryngospasm, and see what the vocal folds are doing at the same time.
Me singing Gia Il Sole Dale Gange by Scarlatti.
This was performed in a masterclass for Juan Pons, baritone at the MET, and internationally.
This masterclass was held in the Bel Canto Institute, in Florence Italy.