I am in the process of working with a new client who feels that his ‘accent is holding him back in his career’. The person in question (who shall remain nameless for confidentiality reasons) suffers from a variety of dietary … Continue reading
Tagged Accent, Accent eradication, Accent Neutralisation, Accent Reduction, Belfast Accent, Birmingham Accent, clarity of speech, dental surgery, Dublin Accent, English Accent, Gemma Boaden, glasgow accent, inflection, Irish accent, Leon Trayman, Manchester Accent, pace, pitch, RP, speech, Speech Accent Archive, vowel length, welsh accent, what my voice says about me
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One of our projects over the last year has been our training DVD ‘BackChat’ in association with JollyBack Enterprises Ltd (www.jollyback.com). Writing, filming & now editing has rather taken over our lives at TemperVox & we’ve travelled up & down … Continue reading
Communication takes several forms including verbal, physical & literary. It’s an essential human need to be afforded opportunities to communicate with others & share thoughts & experiences. As well as being facilitators of learning, teachers are professional communicators, & whilst … Continue reading
There is a common misconception that those who can, do & those who can’t, teach. In reality, especially in vocational subjects those who can both do & teach. It’s arguably the only way that expertise can be passed from one … Continue reading
Tagged acting, administration, anatomy of voice, creative arts, dancing, interpretation, music, musical interpretation, musical knowledge, office work, self-expression, Singing, singing technique, singing training, skill, training, vocal, vocal anatomy, Vocal Technique, Voice
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Life has a habit of getting in the way of good vocal practice & health. Most of us enjoy an alcoholic drink every now & then, or perhaps as a way of winding down at the end of a stressful … Continue reading
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Whilst preparing for the production of our forthcoming training DVD (A Fundamental Guide for Education Professionals: Manual Handling, Back & Voice Care Solutions) we’re also amassing an archive of biographies on distinguished colleagues in the world of voice. So far, … Continue reading
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This article was published in Voice The Union’s August 2011 magazine. We are currently working with Lorna Taylor on a training DVD for Education Professionals. Visit our website for more information. Practical Tip to Save your Back & Voice by … Continue reading
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