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Spasmodic Dysphonia: A Peculiar Voice Disorder

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. http://www.bastianvoice.com

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Eric Whitacre conducts "Cloudburst"

Choral superstar Eric Whitacre conducted the VocalEssence Chorus & Ensemble Singers, The St. Olaf Choir, and the 160-voice Minnesota High School Honors Choir in a performance of "Cloudburst"--part of the sold-out VocalEssence "Eric Whitacre Extravaganza" on March 22, 2009 at Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis.

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BBC Children In Need Radio Scotland Live Broadcast 2 of Choir

http://www.thesingingtutor.com The second of a two part broadcast of how the bbc choir sang to raise money for children in need 2008.

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Mal Webb Sideways Yodeling

It's yodeling, Jim, but not as we know it. I don't know of anyone else who's really played with it much. I'm sure Bobby McFerrin could if he wanted to! And yes, it's all real (unlike those video responses... haha!) Check out more of my stuff (including my laryngoscopy!) on my channel (malwebb1), http://malwebb.com and/or http://myspace.com/malwebb1 . Oh, and apologies for the dodgy talking moments... I was determined to do it in one shot and it was hot that day. And thanks to Deta and Rob for the use of their lovely Berlin apartment.

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Larynx and The Voice Part 1

The larynx and the voice part one contains an overview and explanation of the larynx with anatomical model plus real time views of singers vocal folds / cords during production of sound and description of the equipment used. Resources for Singers Vocalist.org.uk Singing-teachers.co.uk Musical Gifts

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Larynx and The Voice Part 2

The larynx and the voice part two continues an overview and explanation of the larynx with anatomical model plus real time views of singers vocal folds / cords during production of sound and description of the equipment used. Resources for Singers Vocalist.org.uk Singing-teachers.co.uk Musical Gifts

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AT&T Voice Over Teacher Teaches YOU the Best Voiceover

AT&T Voice Over Teacher Teaches YOU the Best Voiceover hi, I'm Susan Berkley, voice that says, "thank you for using AT&T," and I'm the author of Speak to Influence: How to Unlock the Hidden Power of Your Voice. now, have you ever recorded yourself, let's say your making a video, or even if you're wanting to do voiceover, and when you listen back to your voice you hear all these annoying vocal pops and clicks, like there is cotton in your mouth or something? well, there is a great way, a secret we professional voice talents use to get rid of those annoying pops and clicks, and it is eat a granny smith apple before you record. it cuts the mouth noise, you'll get rid of all the pops and clicks, and you will sound gorgeous behind the microphone. http://www.OneMinuteU.com

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Singing Lessons Learn How to Sing Video Breathing Control

http://www.OneMinuteU.com Singing Lessons Learn How to Sing Video Breathing Control one of the things that I think is very important about singing is breath control, right? So many people talk about breath control, how can I get more breath so I can make that song more brilliant? there are a couple of things you can do. one of them is very simple, and that's swimming. who would have known, right? if you swim every day, you will really build up your breath control. swim underwater, hold your breath, swim underwater, right? the other thing you can do is called the candle exercise. take a candle, light it, put it really close to your face -- about here -- don't burn yourself, and then take a deep breath and blow out and don't blow out the candle. takes a lot of control. Are you an Apprentice fan? DO YOU want to speak alongside DONALD TRUMP & GEORGE FOREMAN! Here is YOUR chance to win this Once in a Lifetime Opportunity, a $250,000 Contest! DONALD TRUMP invites YOU to speak at the next Learning Annex Event! That's right Donald Trump! But not only Donald Trump. . . Two-Time World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, GEORGE FOREMAN is extending that same invitation! Bill Zanker, creator and founder of The Learning Annex is launching YOUR CHANCE to win Americas Next GURU Contest! HERE'S HOW TO ENTER- Step 1: Go to http://OneMinuteU.com Step 2: Create a FREE user account Step 3: Submit your unique Educational / DIY / How To / Free Video Clips Step 4: Promote your video on your website / MySpace / YouTube etc The user submitted video with the most views at the end of the year WINS! How simple is that ! WHAT DO YOU WIN? As the grand prize OneMinuteU video of the year contest winner you will receive: - Speak on stage to more than 20,000 people alongside DONALD TRUMP & GEORGE FOREMAN (along with many other celebrities) on a national speaking tour of the United States and Canada! - Sign a Book Deal with The Learning Annex! - Receive a Featured Page on http://OneMinuteU.com ! OneMinuteU provides users with FREE Educational, How To, DIY VIDEO CLIPS. LEARN SOMETHING YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO LEARN IN ONE MINUTE OR TEACH SOMEONE ELSE! Providing free one minute video clips on 100's of how to / do it yourself / educational topics such as: - Relationships - Sex - Sports - Cooking - Lifestyle changes - Magic tricks - Sex Advice - Relationship Advice - Health and Beauty - How To Play Sports - Athletics - BMX Biking - How to Cook - How To Bake - Best Skateboarding Tricks - How to make Lifestyle Changes - Gaining Brain Power - Smart Business - Career Outlooks and advice - Providing Childcare - How to make delicious Cocktails - How to make exotic Shots - Fix My Computer - Healthy Nutrition Advice - Smart and Safe Diets - Electronics and appliances - Fashion Advice - Fashion Knowledge - Creating Finance and Wealth solutions - Play Free Games - Supporting Green Living - Health and Healing - Hobbies - Home and Garden - Internet and Web Entrepreneur - Intimacy relationship advice - Kids Homework Help - Party Tricks - Languages - Motivation and Inspiration - Music, Organization - Real Estate Or even how to play an musical instrument, and much, much more! You can learn it ALL at in one minute at http://OneMinuteU.com Our Database of Free instructional / DIY / Educational videos and articles is forever growing! Everyone finds the need to learn something everyday! Here at our website you can view TONS of the best FREE DIY, How To, Instructional, Educational, video clips avalable in one place in the world! Please visit http://www.OneMinuteU.com now! Sign up! Learn! Promote! WIN! See you there! :)

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How to Overcome Laryngitis - Joni Wilson

http://www.OneMinuteU.com How to Overcome Laryngitis - Joni Wilson ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ hi, I'm Joni Wilson, and as a voice coach, I get calls all hours of the day and night from desperate people who have no voice left to deliver their message or sing their song. it's called laryngitis, and it comes in four varieties: infectious, contact, allergic, and the one I work with, mechanical. first three are treated by doctors and medication, the fourth is caused by misuse and voice abuse. it's easy to tell the difference. if your problem is voice abuse, all the medication and rest in the world isn't going to fix it. there's only one way to eliminate mechanical laryngitis, and that's by learning how to use your voice properly. so stop wasting your money on doctors and medication, invest in a good vocal coach and your voice will last a lifetime. oh, and if your voice is raspy, don't whisper. whispering chokes and damages your vocal chords. if you've got something to say, write it down. for further information, visit virtualvoicecoach.com. ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ Are you an Apprentice fan? DO YOU want to speak alongside DONALD TRUMP & GEORGE FOREMAN! Here is YOUR chance to win this Once in a Lifetime Opportunity, a $250,000 Contest! DONALD TRUMP invites YOU to speak at the next Learning Annex Event! That's right Donald Trump! But not only Donald Trump. . . Two-Time World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, GEORGE FOREMAN is extending that same invitation! Bill Zanker, creator and founder of The Learning Annex is launching YOUR CHANCE to win Americas Next GURU Contest! HERE'S HOW TO ENTER- Step 1: Go to http://OneMinuteU.com Step 2: Create a FREE user account Step 3: Submit your unique Educational / DIY / How To / Free Video Clips Step 4: Promote your video on your website / MySpace / YouTube etc The user submitted video with the most views at the end of the year WINS! How simple is that ! WHAT DO YOU WIN? As the grand prize OneMinuteU video of the year contest winner you will receive: - Speak on stage to more than 20,000 people alongside DONALD TRUMP & GEORGE FOREMAN (along with many other celebrities) on a national speaking tour of the United States and Canada! - Sign a Book Deal with The Learning Annex! - Receive a Featured Page on http://OneMinuteU.com ! OneMinuteU provides users with FREE Educational, How To, DIY VIDEO CLIPS. LEARN SOMETHING YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO LEARN IN ONE MINUTE OR TEACH SOMEONE ELSE! Providing free one minute video clips on 100's of how to / do it yourself / educational topics such as: - Relationships - Sex - Sports - Cooking - Lifestyle changes - Magic tricks - Sex Advice - Relationship Advice - Health and Beauty - How To Play Sports - Athletics - BMX Biking - How to Cook - How To Bake - Best Skateboarding Tricks - How to make Lifestyle Changes - Gaining Brain Power - Smart Business - Career Outlooks and advice - Providing Childcare - How to make delicious Cocktails - How to make exotic Shots - Fix My Computer - Healthy Nutrition Advice - Smart and Safe Diets - Electronics and appliances - Fashion Advice - Fashion Knowledge - Creating Finance and Wealth solutions - Play Free Games - Supporting Green Living - Health and Healing - Hobbies - Home and Garden - Internet and Web Entrepreneur - Intimacy relationship advice - Kids Homework Help - Party Tricks - Languages - Motivation and Inspiration - Music, Organization - Real Estate Or even how to play an musical instrument, and much, much more! You can learn it ALL at in one minute at http://OneMinuteU.com Our Database of Free instructional / DIY / Educational videos and articles is forever growing! Everyone finds the need to learn something everyday! Here at our website you can view TONS of the best FREE DIY, How To, Instructional, Educational, video clips avalable in one place in the world! Please visit http://www.OneMinuteU.com now! Sign up! Learn! Promote! WIN! See you there! :)

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"Common Ways to Cause Hearing Loss" featuring Dr. Katz (EarNoseandThroatMD)

"Sounds are obviously tolerated for many may years, as long as the sounds level is within an acceptable range." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the ways in which hearing loss can occur, including tinitus, which is the ringing sound so often heard after concerts.

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"What is the Ear?" featuring Dr. Katz (EarNoseandThroatMD)

"The ear has multiple functions. The ear hears, and the ear controls balance." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the dual functions of the ear: hearing obviously, but also balance.

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3 Slides of Gurukul UK Hindustani Classical Music - Dr Anand

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php has been set up in the UK to teach Hindustani Music. Singing is more natural than talking. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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2 Slides of Gurukul UK Hindustani Classical Music - Dr Anand

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php has been encouraging people to sing. Playing football for instance is better than watching football. www.Gurukul.Org has been set up in the UK to teach Hindustani Music. Singing is more natural than talking. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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4 Slides of Gurukul UK Hindustani Classical Music - Dr Anand

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php Ravi Shanker, the eminent Sitarist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice.Dr Anand anandjee

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ACDA Interest Session Preview - Duane Cottrell & Brian Galante

This is a preview of the interest session, "Tension in the Balance & Common Voice Science Issues for the Choral Conductor," as presented by Duane Cottrell and Brian Galante at the 2009 ACDA National Conference. This session summarizes and highlights recent research findings in the area of vocal pedagogy as they apply to choral conductors. Topics include nasal/mask resonance, vibrato and singer health, choral acoustics, onset techniques and choral breathing. To purchase this session on DVD, please visit the ACDA online store.

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1 Slides of Gurukul UK Hindustani Classical Music - Dr Anand

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php has been set up in the UK to teach Hindustani Music. Singing is more natural than talking. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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Dr Anthea Anand Co-Founder Gurukul sings Raag Bhupali

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php Dr Anthea has absorbed Indian Culture at its highest: not in Sari's and samosas, but in Yoga and Classical Singing and Ayurveda. This rag appears to be very ancient. It is based upon a pentatonic structure that is found in many parts of the world. It is believed by many scholars that the pentatonic scales; of which Bhupali is one, were prevalent in the middle and far-East by the first millennium B.C. This scale has been in China for many centuries; it is also found in the folk music of northern Britain. Yet, it is not clear whether the scale developed independently or spread through cultural interchange. Either way, it has been around for a long time and is very popular. She co-founded Gurukul in Newcastle upon Tyne. www.Gurukul.Org has been set up in the UK to teach Hindustani Music. Singing is more natural than talking. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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Vocals Magazine Interview

Ken Gonzales Interview with Gerard

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"The Throat" featuring Dr. Katz (EarNoseandThroatMD)

"The throat has a function of talking, our vocal chords help us communicate." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, reviews the many functions and jobs of the throat, from breathing to talking to protection.

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6 Slides of Gurukul UK Hindustani Classical Music - Dr Anand

http://www.gurukul.org/index.php has been set up in the UK to teach Hindustani Music. Singing is more natural than talking. Ravi Shanker, an eminent instrumentalist says: "In India the voice reigns as the supreme instrument of musical art. Uniquely flexible, expressive and personal, it is the model that the players of other instruments strive to emulate. It is to be found at the heart of India's vibrant classic genres, an instrument of the present, which, being steeped in tradition, maintains an unbroken continuity with the past. More than any other musical instrument, the voice exemplifies our common humanity and our cultural diversity." Having had the fortune of : 1. Being born in India and doing both Physics and Medicine 2. Being a GP for 30 years in the UK 3. Learning Vocal Indian Classical Music here for 15 years 4. Run Music and Arts for Health workshops here I the UK over 10 years I know the value of singing. I have measured its effect on Brain Waves by EEG. Traditionally ICM is taught one-to--one by the Guru (teacher) through a process which is like bringing up a child. It is a holistic experience based on trust. Each child is taught according to his/her own nature in a way which opens up their creative and musical potential along with both personal and spiritual development. We believe that music is for everyone and that the human voice is our most powerful instrument for expression. Adapting to the group learning situation which is very different from the stress-free environment in one-to-one teaching. We took groups of around 30 children from different primary schools. A workshop begins by showing respect to the Guru and his music through the greeting "Namaste Guruji'' with the children sitting cross-legged on the floor in the traditional manner as close to their teachers as possible so they feel part of the Gurukul (or teacher's family) The method of learning is by listening and copying. Just as a young child learns to listen, observe and copy his parents so these children are asked to listen to and copy the names and sounds of the notes. Like the children themselves each note has a name: SA RE GA MA PA DHA NI SA Do Re Mi Fa SO La Ti Do Indian music is based on raags -- sequences of notes which convey different moods and feelings. Initially the children are taught these notes in Raag Bilawel which is similar to our major scale. They can be sung in various combinations eg SAG RE REMAGA GAPAMA MADHAPA PANIDHA DHASANI NIRESA SADHANI NIPADHA DHAMAPA PAGAMA MAREGA GASARE RENISA The equivalent of these notes in the scale of C Major is CED DFE EGF FAG GBA ACB BDC CAB BGA AFG GEF FDE ECD DBC We explore the effects that different raags create. This was very evident in a school for severely mentally and physically handicapped children where they were all happy singing notes from Raag Bilawel, a late morning raag. When the notes changed to Raag Bhairav, a sombre early morning raag, their faces fell and they looked away and fidgeted. There was great relief with the return of Bilawel. These children also responded well to rhythm, some being able to partake better this way than by using their voice. They really enjoyed the opportunity to actually play the instruments. The Indian system of music has tremendous potential as an educational experience in both musical and life skills because of the nature of the music itself and the way in which it is taught. Relating to the natural cycles and rhythms of nature it is deeply healing and meditative in character. It is particularly relevant in today's stressful, materialistic way of living. Anyone can learn. Previous musical experience is not essential and age is no barrier. All the student needs is a desire to learn, an enjoyment of the music, and a willingness to practice. Dr Anand anandjee

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Voice Disorders (Spasmodic Dysphonia)

Spasmodic dysphonia is a neurological disorder causing involuntary "spasms" of the vocal cords. The disorder can cause the voice to break up or to give the voice a tight, strained or strangled quality. It is treated with botox injections into the muscles controlling the vocal cord. Botox allows the muscles to relax.

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How to: Sing (introduction)

FLEP's "How to: Sing" introduction video. The vocalists of FLEP band "2XL" will teach you some basic singing techniques in the course of the next few videos. Subscribe to learn! Pls comment and rate. Also check out our other "How to" and "Random Acts" videos! Enjoy! Family Life Education Pasefika (FLEP) is a pacific health organisation based in Auckland, New Zealand. FLEP uses various media including music, drama, dance and arts to enhance dialogue with Pacific communities with which we work. FLEP works in intermediate, secondary & tertiary institutions promoting a positive view of sexual health & well being.

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Texas Voice Project for Parkinson Disease - Community Awareness Video

Parkinson disease affects thousands of men and women in the Dallas-Ft Worth area. See what one organization is doing about it. Our website is http://www.texasvoiceproject.org

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01:29
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"Common Problems of the Throat: Reflux" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"It's a condition where food requires 5 hours to get metabolized or broken down in the stomach." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains just what acid reflux is and explains the symptoms that lead him to diagnosis.

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"Treatment of Hearing Loss" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"But if there's a sudden hearing loss without an apparent loud noise cause, the treatment could be for inflammation and steroids help that." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the varying causes of hearing loss such as inflammation, bacteria, and a virus, and the corresponding treatments for each cause.

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"Treatment of Acid Reflux" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"It's not that uncomfortable, I don't want to eat it at 6, 7, 8 o'clock at night, and I don't want to stay up for 4 or 5 hours before I lie down." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains how he goes about treating acid reflux and says how a large part of the responsibility rests on the patient.

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What's the Difference Between a Vocal Coach and Teacher?

What's the Difference Between a Vocal Coach and Teacher? hi, my name is Arlette Beauchamps, and I teach How to Improve Your Singing Voice Instantly at The Learning Annex. I've been singing for about, I don't want to say how many years, but since I was 15, okay. so, I noticed that most of the times in my classes, what people really want to know is: what is the difference between a vocal coach and a vocal teacher? so let me tell you what that is. a vocal teacher is going to teach you how to sing, they're going to teach you the mechanics of it. you know, how to use your diaphragm, how to position your mouth, that kind of thing. a vocal coach is going to teach you, basically, how to make that song pop. you know, what can I do to make it really sound great? or how can I sing in the style of pop, the style of jazz. they're not going to teach you anything that has to do with actually singing, but they're great to have. http://www.OneMinuteU.com

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Seth Dailey, MD, UW Health Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)

Seth H. Dailey, MD, specializes in surgery for voice, swallowing, and airway problems. View Seth Dailey's complete bio at uwhealth.org: http://findadoctor.uwhealth.org/findadoctor/Provider.action?_sourcePage=%2Fresults.jsp&id=5805

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"Basics of Ear, Nose, and Throat" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"Ear, nose, and throat is a very extensive area. They're areas in the body that are very involved in sensation." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the basics of ear, nose, and throat and what exactly he does as an ENT doctor.

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"Common Ways to Cause Hearing Loss" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"Sounds are obviously tolerated for many may years, as long as the sounds level is within an acceptable range." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the ways in which hearing loss can occur, including tinitus, which is the ringing sound so often heard after concerts.

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Laryngitis Health Byte

While we may wish some people wouldn't talk, we probably don't wish they had laryngitis. Laryngitis is an inflammation of your voice box (larynx) due to overuse, irritation or infection. Learn about the different causes, symptoms, and treatments for laryngitis in this health video.

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Kim Snyder : Getting the Most Out of Your Voice

Join Voice Over Expert Kim Snyder in her lecture "Getting the Most Out of Your Voice". Kim teaches you tips on how to keep your voice in top form and goes into detail regarding functionality and care of the vocal chords.

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01:08
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"The Throat" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"The throat has a function of talking, our vocal chords help us communicate." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, reviews the many functions and jobs of the throat, from breathing to talking to protection.

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"What is the Ear?" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"The ear has multiple functions. The ear hears, and the ear controls balance." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the dual functions of the ear: hearing obviously, but also balance.

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Vocal Fold Paralysis (Part 1)

An informative video about the causes, symptoms, treatments, long terms effects, damage, prevention and anatomy of vocal fold paralysis.

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Vocal Acoustic Monitor

Do You really Know if you can sing well? Theres never been an easier solution to learning how to control your voice while singing! For The Professional or Novice Practice in Duets or individually, either way, you'll hear the difference immediately. Easy to install on most microphones. Ready to use in minutes. Start singing clearer and with the correct volume! The VAM comes with "Jump Start Your Voice", eight simple riules every singer should know. Also included a 15 minute MP3 downloadable vocal warm up created by world renown voice coach Jamie Vendera. www.vamacoustics.com www.vam.bz

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A Sneak Peek into my Vocal Session

I recently started taking vocal lessons at Jan Smith Studios in Atlanta, GA and I'm doing this as a hobby. Some people seek a coach to improve their golf game, tennis game, etc. I like singing and want to improve the way I sing. I decided to tape a session to see what I need to improve on and also, to give friends, family, etc an idea of what a vocal session is like.

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Trans-Nasal Endoscopy

http://www.VoiceInfo.org - Video of a patient undergoing a trans-nasal endoscopic exam. Video stroboscopy is also performed of the vocal cords.

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"Diagnosing Throat Problems" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"I am generally in and out of the throat and have a video recording in 60 seconds." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains how he goes about diagnosing throat problems with the aid of new technology and video.

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"Symptoms of Infection in the Nose" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"When the nose becomes congested it usually becomes congested acutely or suddenly when there's a sudden change in function." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains some of the symptoms of an infection in the nose, such as a cold.

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Anatomical Tutorial During Trans-Nasal Endoscopy

http://www.VoiceInfo.org - The various anatomy one encounters during a trans-nasal endoscopy is described.

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01:07
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"Common Problems of the Throat: Vocal Chords" featuring Dr. Katz (EarNoseandThroatMD)

"Vocal chords are very short muscles. They fatigue. They need a certain amount of rest." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, reviews common problems of the vocal chords and notes that some may require surgery.

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Vocal Fold Paralysis (Part 2)

An informative video about the causes, symptoms, treatments, long terms effects, damage, prevention and anatomy of vocal fold paralysis.

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"Common Problems of the Throat: Vocal Cords" featuring Dr. Katz (Dramatic Health)

"Vocal cords are very short muscles. They fatigue. They need a certain amount of rest." Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, reviews common problems of the vocal cords and notes that some may require surgery.

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Singing health tips

This was requested by cursedsilly. Thanks for asking about this! I recorded this last night but for some reason, it's not processing on youtube, so I decided to just re-record it. :-) http://www.vocalist.org.uk/vocal_health.html http://www.texasvoicecenter.com/advice.html http://www.musickit.com/resources/vocal.html My first tip is DRINK WATER! You want to drink at least 6-8 (8 oz. glasses) cups of water a day. If you drink any caffeinated drinks such as coffee, soda or some tea's, you need to up your intake of water. Caffeinated drinks dehydrate your body, and your vocal chords are part of your body. Plus, since water goes to your stomach first and has to go through your entire system before it hydrates your vocal chords. Make sure you start drinking water well in advance before you start singing, but please don't drink something like Gatorade because the sugar will just coat your throat and a crapload of mucus will be there so don't drink Gatorade. Water is the best thing. If you are getting sick or are sick. Try to be on as much vocal rest as possible. Again drink plenty of water. "Organic Throat Coat" does wonder's for your vocal chords too. You can get it at any health store that sells vitamins such as GNC. www.gnc.com Honey is also something that helps with your voice too. So I recommend putting the honey in your throat coat tea to help sweeten it up. Using actual sugar will defeat the purpose. Milk and creamers with defeat the purpose as well.

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Video Strobe at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital Captures Images of Vocal Cords in Motion

Rehabilitation specialists at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital use a Video Strobe to investigate disorders associated with hoarseness. Vocal cords are tiny muscles that resonate with vibrations occurring 120 to 240 times per second. The video strobe at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital can take images of the vocal cords in motion. With most people, the vocal cords vibrate symmetrically, so if a strobe light is flashed on them, the vibration pattern can be visualized and a determination made about what can be done to help the patient.

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Beth's First Laryngoscopy - Vocal Cords in Action

From the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. This is what happens when I say "eee" with a camera down my throat. There are no vocal nodules (don't let the mucus confuse you) but you can see a slight thickening of the membrane where the nodes have been / could be in the future. Note also that the trachea is visible when I breathe. Cool huh? Actual size: roughly that of a quarter. (Note: If you think you're really clever by making a comment comparing this to female genitalia, you're not. I've deleted dozens, and yours will be next.)

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Free Your Voice - singing technique warm-up exercises

Vocal warm-up exercises to increase your range, tone, breathing, flexibility and vocal confidence. Whatever style you choose, from rock to opera, Free Your Voice helps develop your voice from a position of safety and vocal health. Written and presented by top vocal coach Heather Mair Thomas, singing teacher to acclaimed actors, singers and celebrities. Download the complete programme at http://www.singingcentre.com and http://www.sessionsinger.co.uk

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Doorway To A New Medicine (BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling)

http://progressive-eai.com/products - More Information Sharry Edwards is the recognized leader in the emerging field of Human BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling. Sharry pioneered and developed the theories that have been recognized and incorporated by many health care researchers as they attempt to improve our present health care system using frequency based modalities. She has been called, the "Architect of the Mathematical Matrix for Sound Health". Sharry received the New Scientist of the Year Award from The International Association of New Science (IANS) in 2001 and is also a recipient of the prestigious 2002 O. Spurgeon English Humanitarian Award at Temple Univesity. Sharry's work has been published in numerous scientific and medical publications. In this thought provoking presentation, Sharry gives an overview of the system she has researched and developed for over 30 years, called Sonoistry. As a person's voice is recorded into the system, their frequencies are translated into numeric data that produces information that can be used to specifically identify the status of biochemicals, muscles, genomes, pathogenic exposure, nutrients, toxicities and much, much more. This vocal profiling allows the detection of invading infectious agents. This is one modality that has science to back it up.

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Jaime Vendera's Vocal Lessons: Vocal Health Series Part 1 HYDRATION

Jaime Vendera discusses the importance of hydration as part of vocal health for singers and explains unique ways to hydrate the vocal cords. www.thevoiceconnection.com,www.jaimevendera.com vocal, instruction, singing, lessons, health, Jaime, Vendera, singer, shatters, xooma, glass, Raise, Your, Voice, Range, singingonlinesuccess, thevoiceconnection, vocal, lessons, myth, busters

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