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성악발성과 실용음악발성의 비교연구

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 Comparison between Operatic Singing and Applied Music Singing 
 남도현 ; 김화숙 ; 최홍식 ; 유현지 
 Journal of the Korean Society of Speechc Sciences (말소리와 음성과학), Vol.2(4) : 11~18, 2010 
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 Journal of the Korean Society of Speechc Sciences (말소리와 음성과학) 
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This study compared classical operatic singing and applied music singing using the vocal assessment software, Dr. Speech and SPEAD from Lx Speech Studio. Participants in this study included: eight female operatic singers (mean 22.6 yrs, average career 7.5 yrs); eight male operatic singers (mean 25.6 yrs, average career 7.3 yrs); eight female applied music singers (mean 25.1 yrs, average career 6.1 yrs); and eight male applied music singers (mean 27.6 yrs, average career 6.8 yrs). The results demonstrated significantly higher closed quotient values in female applied music singers during singing (p<.05). In addition, higher closed quotient values in speaking were presented in male classical singers and longer MPT was obtained in female operatic singers (p<.05). Furthermore, singer's formants were identified in all male operatic singers and in three female operatic singers. In contrast, only one applied music male and one female singer showed singer's formants while singing.
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1. 연구논문 > 1. College of Medicine > Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology
1. 연구논문 > 5. Research Institutes > Institute of Logopedics and Phoniatrics
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