References

          

        Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University.  A reader's glossary of common terms related to laryngology and the voice  [On-line].  Available: http://bsmg.edu/voice/glossary.html

          Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University.  Warming-up the voice  [On-line].  Available: http://bsmg.edu/voice/warming_up.html

Henderson, L. B., (1979).  How to train singers.  West Nayack, New York: Parker Publishing Company.

    Husler, F. & Rodd-Marling, Y., (1965).  Singing: The physical nature of the vocal organ.  New York: October House Inc.

    Koufman, J. A., et. al. (1995).  Laryngeal biomechanics of the singing voice.  In Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University  [On-line].  Available:  http://www.bgsm.edu/voice/singing_voice.htm

    Koufman, J.A. (no date).  Medicine in the vocal arts.  In Center for Voice Diorders of Wake Forest University  [On-line].  Available:  http://www.bgsm.edu/voice/medicine_vocal_arts.htm

    Koufman, J.A. (no date).  What are voice disorders and who gets them?  In Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University  [On-line].  Available: http://bgsm.edu/voice/voice_disorders.html

    Koufman, J.A. (no date).  Vocal cord "Polyps."  In Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University  [On-line].  Available: http://bgsm.edu/voice/vc_polyps.html

    Lawrence, V., (1978).  Part I:  The Scientific Papers.  Transcripts of the Seventh Symposium: Care of the professional voice.  The Julliard School, New York City: The Voice Foundation.

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    Miller, K.E., (1983).  Principles of singing.  Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall.

    National Center for Voice and Speech.  What to expect at your voice center vistit [On-line].  Available: http://ncvs.org/singers/expect.html

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    Punt, N.,  (1979).  The singer's and actor's throat: The vocal mechanism of the professional voice user and its care in health and disease  (3rd ed).  London: William Heinemann Medical Books Limited.

    Radomski, T.  (no date).  A singer's notes: Preventing vocal nodules.  In Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University  [On-line].  Available: http://bgsm.edu/voice/singers_notes.html

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