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On the physiology of voice production in South-Siberian throat singing : analysis of acoustic and electrophysiological evidences

Author: Sven Grawunder
Publisher: Berlin : Frank & Timme, 2009.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sven Grawunder
ISBN: 386596995X 9783865969958
OCLC Number: 844248903
Notes: Dissertation.
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 310 pages) : illustrations
Contents: List of Tables --
Acknowledgements --
Preface --
Overview --
Symbols, Abbreviations and Transliteration --
Subject Context --
Throat Singing (ThS) --
Overtone Singing (OtS) --
Theoretical Context Of Voice Description --
Perspectives, Layers and Definitions --
Principles of Phonation --
Voice Production --
Source and Vocal Tract --
Voice Quality (VQ) --
Research Goals --
Physiological & Acoustical Correlates of ThS Phonatory Qualities --
Styles in South-Siberian Throat Singing --
Ethnomusicological vs. Phonetic Perspective Physiological Phonetics of Throat SingingVoice Sources in Throat Singing --
Vocal Tract in Throat Singing --
Specific Anatomy of Certain Laryngeal Structures --
Basic Functional Anatomy of the Larynx --
Ventricular Fold and Ventricular Voice --
Aryepiglottic Fold (plica aryepiglottica) --
Aryepiglottic Sphincter (AES) --
Physical Examination of the Lower Vocal Tract in Throat Singing --
Preliminary Laryngoscopic Examination of Throat Singing --
Additional Recordings of Fibre Endoscopic Examination of Throat Singing Vocal Tract Shape Investigations --
Articulation of ``Reinforced Harmonics'' in Throat SingingObservable Techniques or Methods of ``Overtone Articulation'' --
Phonation Modes and Articulation Types in Throat Singing --
Physical Observations on Singers --
Investigations using X-ray Videofluoroscopy --
Investigations using Ultrasound --
MRI Investigation --
Discussion of VPTs and Laryngeal Settings in Throat Singing --
Posterior-Anterior Compression, Supraglottal Constriction --
Ventricular Fold Mechanism (VTF) --
Medial Compression of Supraglottal Constriction Double Source Phonation or Diplophonic PhonationDiscussion of Vocal Tract Articulation --
HYPOTHESES & Expectations --
Physioacoustical Analysis of Voice Production in ThS --
Preliminary Considerations --
Why do we need field data of ThS? --
Specific Non-Invasive Methodology for Voice Investigation in Field Work --
Field Work within Voice Research --
Field Conditions in Southern Siberia --
Invasivity, Manageability, and Costs --
3-Channel-Recording of Voice, EGG, and Subglottal Pressure (Inverse Filtering) --
Subject Recruitment Subject Tasks and Raw Data Corpus DescriptionVoice (Source) Analysis Design --
Preparation and Data Pre-Analysis --
Physio-Acoustic Analysis Methods --
Analysis and Findings in the Voice Signal (Vx) --
Vx-signal Corpus Description --
Vx Waveform Shapes and Patterns --
Vx Waveform Perturbations --
Formants, Bandwidths and Reinforced Harmonics --
Glottal Characteristics in the spectra (H1-H2, H1-A1, H1-A3 etc.) --
Average Spectral Characteristics --
Findings in Inverse Filtering Curves --
Analysis and Findings for Lx --
Sub-Corpus Description
Responsibility: Sven Grawunder.


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