The sound of the human voice speaks directly from the core of our being, from beyond the clutter of learnt language. Our voice may, in its inflections and intonations, say much more about us than the words we use, but, like our vocabulary, it can also become distorted or limited. It may be unable to express our deep-seated thoughts and feelings, the essence of who we really are. By showing how to expand the physical range of our voices, through simple techniques, voice-expert Paul Newham reveals how we can begin to give expression to those aspects of our inner selves which have hitherto been hidden and neglected. Through liberating our voices, we can at last release suppressed emotions; we can begin to heal past hurt; we can ultimately move on in our lives, giving free expression to all aspects of our being. We can begin to find our own harmony.
With practical exercises combining voice and movement, this guide to expanding the range of the voice releases the speaker from a limited mode of expression and may help with both psychological and physical difficulties.
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