“It is immaterial from the standpoint of tone-production, whether either or both are used.”
“We are indebted to modern science, aided by the laryngoscope, for many facts concerning the action of the larynx, and more especially the vocal cords in tone-production.”
“When the muscles and other parts concerned in tone-production perform their physiological functions in a healthy manner, that is, in such a way that no congestion, or inflammation or undue weariness will result, the singing-tone of the child will never be loud.”
“There were no tricks of finger-gymnastics and of tone-production that he had not mastered.”
“Penrod's tone-production was becoming affected by his mental condition.”
“Let us not forget that the violin is a singing instrument and that even Joachim said: 'We must imitate the human voice,' This, I think, disposes of the case finally and we must admit that every little boy or girl with a natural _vibrato_ is more correct in that part of his tone-production than many of the great masters of the past.”
“I regretted giving up my Guarnerius, but I could not play the two violins interchangeably; for they were absolutely different in size and tone-production, shape, etc.”
“Individuality in teaching, progress along natural lines, surety in bowing, a tone-production without forcing, cultivating a sense of rhythm and accent.”
“He listened another moment, then lessening his tone-production but losing nothing of intensity, he ripped out:”
“Had scientific investigators turned their attention also to the analysis of the auditory impressions of vocal tones, and to the psychological aspect of tone-production, scientific instruction in singing would probably not have been identified with mechanical management of the voice.”
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