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The Brain and the Voice in Speech and Song by F.W. Mott


The Brain and the Voice in Speech and Song

The Brain and the Voice in Speech and Song


by F.W. MOTT


Originally published in 1910

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The Brain and the Voice in Speech and Song

The contents of this book formed the subject of three lectures delivered at the Royal Institution by F.W. Mott entitled On the Mechanism of the Human Voice and three London University lectures at King's College on The Brain in relation to Speech and Song.


Dr Mott provides an overview of the human voice and how it is produced in speech and song.


The work is aimed largely at members of the general public and is presented “in as simple language as scientific accuracy and requirements permit.” Several diagrams and figures assist understanding.


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Title: The Brain and the Voice in Speech and Song
Author: F.W. Mott
Release date: 2010
Made available by: Speech Therapy Information and Resources (STIR!)
Format: PDF
Pages: 52
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