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The technic of the speaking voice: its development, training, and artistic use, based upon Rush's Philosophy of the human voice, and the teaching and example of James E. Murdoch; and including a new presentation of expressive speech-melody, copiously illustrated by examples; many studies in interpretation; and a brief outline of gesture. Preview this item
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The technic of the speaking voice: its development, training, and artistic use, based upon Rush's Philosophy of the human voice, and the teaching and example of James E. Murdoch; and including a new presentation of expressive speech-melody, copiously illustrated by examples; many studies in interpretation; and a brief outline of gesture.

Author: John Rutledge Scott
Publisher: Columbia, Mo., Printed for the author, 1915.
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Scott, John Rutledge.
Technic of the speaking voice.
Columbia, Mo., Printed for the author, 1915
(OCoLC)590966269
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Rutledge Scott
OCLC Number: 688358
Description: xxiii, 660 pages 25 cm
Contents: Vocal culture --
Vocal gymnastics --
Exercises in pronunciation --
The principles of elocution : Time ; Force ; Quality ; Pitch ; Emphasis and emphasis-placing ; Motive and melody ; Notes and studies in interpretation --
Gesture.
Responsibility: By John R. Scott.

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