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There are references in some Shakespeare's plays to the vocal exercising of an actor before performance and the importance of enunciation and volume. In ancient Greek times, it was the greatest orators, those with the physical gift of a beautiful voice and a strong diaphragm, that were the actors and public speakers. Vocal exercises are part of an actor’s working life. There are many types of vocal exercises, and each addresses a different part of the vocal mechanism. You can look at each component as a cog in a machine that, when put together, will aid understandable and natural sounding...
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4.2 stars from 61 ratings
Great tool and very helpful.
Dandy handyman via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/16/12
Amazing vocal warm up
As an actor this is invaluable - it's sometimes hard to do this work on your own, but with these vids guiding you through each step there's no excuse! Great to build upon what is arguably an actor's most important tool. My favourite actors have the ability to chat to you as if...Read full review »
Choon Monsthur via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/11/11
dhillo via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/10/11
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