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Vocal Function Exercises

Joseph C. Stemple
Details:
CD-ROM
ISBN13:
978-1-59756-145-7
Release Date:
08/01/2006
$34.95

Overview

For your patient's use this CD provides the proper pitch targets for each vocal function exercise task.

  • Track 1
    1. Sustain Vowel E on Musical Note F
    2. Glide from Lowest to Highest Note
    3. Glide from High to Low Note
    4. Sustain Musical Notes C,D,E,F, & G

  • Track 2
    1. Sustain Vowel E on Musical Note E
    2. Glide from Lowest to Highest Note
    3. Glide from High to Low Note
    4. Sustain Musical Notes B,C,D, & F

  • Track 3
    1. Sustain Vowel E on Musical Note D
    2. Glide from Lowest to Highest Note
    3. Glide from High to Low Note
    4. Sustain Musical Notes, A,B,C,D, & E

  • Track 4
    1. Sustain Vowel E on Musical Note C
    2. Glide from Lowest to Highest Note
    3. Glide from High to Low Note
    4. Sustain Musical Notes G,A,B,C, & D

  • Track 5
    1. Sustain Vowel E on Musical Note F
    2. Glide from Lowest to Highest Note
    3. Glide from High to Low Note
    4. Sustain Musical Notes C,D,E,F, & G

  • Track 6
    1. Sustain Vowel E on Musical Note D
    2. Glide from Lowest to Highest Note
    3. Glide from High to Low Note
    4. Sustain Musical Notes A,B,C,D, & E

  • Track 7
    1. Sustain Vowel E on Musical Note A
    2. Glide from Lowest to Highest Note
    3. Glide from High to Low Note
    4. Sustain Musical Notes E,F,G,A, & B

About The Author

Joseph C. Stemple

Joseph C. Stemple, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHAF, is professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, College of Health Sciences, University of Kentucky where he specializes in the study of voice production and disorders. Current research interests include the biology of laryngeal muscles during exercise; the aging voice; and identifying the active ingredients of evidence-based voice therapy programs. Dr. Stemple is an active national and international speaker and lecturer. He is a Fellow and Honors recipient of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.