head voice


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head voice

head voice

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head register

n
(Music, other) the high register of the human voice, in which the vibrations of sung notes are felt in the head
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Noun1.head voice - the higher ranges of the voice in speaking or singing; the vibrations of sung notes are felt in the head
register - (music) the timbre that is characteristic of a certain range and manner of production of the human voice or of different pipe organ stops or of different musical instruments
falsetto - a male singing voice with artificially high tones in an upper register
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They are at the breaking point between my chest and head voice.
Special mention must go to Andrew Watts as Edgar, whose role requires him to move from a traditional lyric tenor up into a vibrant countertenor head voice, a shift that he handles admirably.
It's using your chest and head voice and alternating between the "It's using your chest and head voice and alternating between the two," explained Christian, rather mysteriously.
It's using your chest and head voice and alternating between the two," explained Christian, rather "It's using your chest and head voice and alternating between the two," explained Christian, rather mysteriously.
IDIOM Worldwide Founder and CEO Shane Cormier is the former head of Special Artist Agency (Celebrity Voice-Over Division); Head Voice Over Agent at the Daniel Hoff Agency and Coast to Coast Talent.
For structural Case assignment in Pashto unergatives this paper hypothesizes that -features agreement between the functional head T and a nominal results in assigning the nominative Case to that nominal while -features agreement between the functional head Voice and a nominal results in assigning the accusative Case to that nominal.
India, March 18 -- H2W has offered dual head voice coil air bearing positioning Stage (VCS15-050-AB-LV-2) that is a precision, air bearing, two axis positioning system for high end applications.
CTD [crico-thyroid-dominant] is the corresponding term that equates to the falsetto in the male voice, head voice in the female.
The head voice is used for excitement (children use it all the time), the chest voice expresses authority, the voice of the heart is saved for feelings and is very difficult to access if you're not connected to the feeling and finally, the gut voice conveys your deepest, truest beliefs.
But it was Nomi's head voice that distinguished him with his audiences.