4) The middle voice
is distinguished from the passive voice both formally and semantically.
13) One method that has been effective in the author's studio is to have the student stand, inhale comfortably, and phonate on a middle voice
pitch on a /v/, /m/, or lip buzz.
The topics include refusing to frame the Israel-Palestine conflict through Jewish-Arab antagonism; the temporal roots of anti-Semitism and its impact on Arab-Israeli conflict; toward a liberatory mutuality in the Middle East; traumatic myth, the middle voice
, and genuine argumentation in the Israeli-Palestinian civil war, and the point is to change it.
She resists a decisionistic interpretation of Heidegger's ethics by pointing to the significance of receptivity, passive activity, and the middle voice
for Heidegger's account of action.
3) Benveniste's research on the middle voice
shows that, whereas in the active, the verbs denote a process that is realized starting from the subject and outside of it, "in the middle .
Vocal pedagogues fail to agree on a uniform definition, but essentially belting involves a heavier type of vocal production in middle voice
with a speech-level, trumpet-like quality--like Ethel Merman, or Glee's Lea Michele--instead of angelic, flutelike high notes.
WNO's music director Lothar Koenigs will conduct the concert which will see mezzo Michelle Breedt perform in Alma Mahler's Four Songs for Middle Voice
and in Alexander Zemlinsky's Maeterlinck Lieder, a song cycle composed long after his love affair with Alma Mahler.
WNO's music director, Lothar Koenigs, will conduct the concert which will feature mezzo soprano Michelle Breedt perform in Alma Mahler's Four Songs for Middle Voice
and in Alexander Zemlinsky's Maeterlinck Lieder, a song cycle composed after his affair with Alma Mahler.
Rebecca Folsom, on strengthening the core of my middle voice
, which is where the role sits vocally for the most part.
It was all there: the glorious middle voice
, the ample lower range, and the amazing top, at once pure and seductive.
The middle voice
is positioned midway between active and passive voices.
Applying the transitivity scale to voice, the active and passive voice are used for high and low transitivity clauses, and the middle voice
is used when the transitivity of the clause is somewhere between high and low, and the agent or subject is both the initiator and the endpoint of the action.