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The Right to Speak: Working With the Voice

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Edition:
Revised
ISBN13:

9780878300556

ISBN10:
0878300554
Format:
Nonspecific Binding
Pub. Date:
6/14/1993
Publisher(s):
Theatre Arts Bo
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Summary

In The Right to Speak,renowned voice teacher Patsy Rodenburg teaches you how to meet any speaking challenge with total self-assurance. Rodenburg has trained thousands of actors, singers, media personalities, lawyers, politicians, business people, teachers and students in the art of using their voice fully and expressively without fear. She has taught them how to breathe, how to support their breath, how to stretch their voice to meet any vocal effort and how to have total confidence in whatever they say--"the right to speak."

Table of Contents

Foreword
Introduction
The Right to Speakp. 1
Declaring Your Vocal Rightsp. 3
'God Doesn't Mind A Bum Note'p. 10
The Roots of Habitsp. 19
The Growth of Habitsp. 37
Settling into Habitsp. 53
Deep Habits and Releasep. 86
Working with the Voicep. 111
An Owner's Manual of the Voicep. 113
The Voice Workoutp. 172
Speech and Phoneticsp. 229
Working Further with the Voicep. 251
Indexp. 301
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