• Title: Make Your Voice Heard: An Actor's Guide to Increased Dramatic Range Through Vocal Training
  • Author: Chuck Jones Caymichael Patten Katie Bull
  • ISBN: 9780823083701
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • Make Your Voice Heard An Actor s Guide to Increased Dramatic Range Through Vocal Training Focuses on the relationship between voice training and acting Simple easy to follow exercises to strengthen the voice in just minutes per day Revised and expanded edition includes new techniques R
    Focuses on the relationship between voice training and acting Simple, easy to follow exercises to strengthen the voice in just 10 minutes per day Revised and expanded edition includes new techniques Replaces ISBN 0 8230 8333 0Chuck Jones, the leading expert on using the voice to convey character, explains his groundbreaking techniques clearly and concisely in this rev Focuses on the relationship between voice training and acting Simple, easy to follow exercises to strengthen the voice in just 10 minutes per day Revised and expanded edition includes new techniques Replaces ISBN 0 8230 8333 0Chuck Jones, the leading expert on using the voice to convey character, explains his groundbreaking techniques clearly and concisely in this revised edition of a classic First, Jones examines acting basics related to the voice being heard, character choices, and power Then he introduces daily exercises that release, stretch, and strengthen the voice, in order to increase the actor s expressive range For any actor who wants to grow and develop, Make Your Voice Heard offers powerful, practical tools for connecting the voice to emotions and using the vocal instrument to create new levels of meaning.

    One Reply to “Make Your Voice Heard: An Actor's Guide to Increased Dramatic Range Through Vocal Training”

    1. I read this book in college and hated it with the fiery passion of seven suns. I don't know what possessed me to pick it up again, but I'm glad I did. It's a lot less wacked-out than I remember, and actually helped me out with some vocal issues I've been having lately.

    2. This book has taught me the vocal warm up that I now use every day. There are great techniques to use in it and you don't have to be an actor to improve your overall vocal abilities! (VOICE work, not singing!)It also includes great breathing techniques.

    3. It is a helpful book. He outlines concise vocal exercises, and they've worked thus far. It hasn't been that long since I finished it so I've only a little bit of practice at them though. But I like how practical they've been so far. It's an easy and short read, but what I didn't really care for was that he spent more than half the book going over theatre history. I guess it was a good overview if you're not too familiar on theatrical history, but I expected more focus on the voice and what one c [...]

    4. Very easy to read as most of the book are exercises to do and the book is short. I didn't realize that tight neck muscles, tongue is too tense and breathing through nose aren't optimal.

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