Hannah Taylor

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Newcastle/Gateshead  ·  Singer, songwriter, vocal teacher. Lover of music, Cath Kidston and cheese...
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Vibration: vocal cord vibration (primary structure is the vocal cords/vocal folds and the nerves that supply them, allowing them to move; other structures are arytenoid cartilages and vocal muscles)

Hollywood, CA voice specialist, Dr. Reena Gupta discusses the effects of physical injury on the voice in light of opera singer Wendy White's recent fall.

Spirited Speech Pathology: Lingual and Labial Frenulums

Spirited Speech Pathology: Lingual and Labial Frenulums-helps familiarize students and others with feature that contribute to good production n placement

7. The anatomy, histology and development of the pharynx, larynx and thyroid gland. | DOTE Anatomy topics

SUPRAHYOID MUSCLES ANATOMY: just above the hyoid bone there is a small group of muscles known as the suprahyoid muscles. These muscles include the digastric muscles, the stylohoid muscles, and the mylohoid muscles.

Tongue Muscles and the Hyoid Bone - YouTube

Vocal Anatomy: Anatomy Zone Tongue Muscles and the Hyoid Bone

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Vocal training of older rats reduces some of the voice problems associated with aging, new research suggests. The findings could help treat people with presbyphonia.