Aiken W. A., The Voice, New York, Longmans, Green &
A description of the formation of the voice mechanism, breath control, the resonators, consonant production, the vocal cords and their activity, the combined instruments, and a pronunciation chart.
Dorsey J., and
Sickels V., First Principles of
Speech Training, Chapter 3, New York, D. Appleton-Century Co., 1929.|
This chapter on voice training includes voice production, the physical preparation for speech, results of faulty breath control and its correction, tone initiation, resonance, and the elements of tone.
Barrows S. T., and
Pierce A. E., The Voice: How To Use
It, Boston, Expression Co., 1933.|
A book of exercises for voice improvement for those who have no serious defect in the vocal organs. It includes exercises for the control of the vocal mechanism, exercises for articulation, and exercises for tone.
Fletcher H., Speech and Hearing, New York, D. Van
A scientific consideration of the speech mechanism and speech waves, music and noise, the hearing mechanism and methods of testing its acuity, and the perception of speech and music. Many figures of sound frequencies are included.
Hathaway H., What Your Voice Reveals, New York, E. P. Dutton Co., 1931.|
A booklet in popular vein stressing the importance of voice as a revelation of personal mood. Some general suggestions for pleasant voice and speech are given.
Holmes L., A Handbook of Voice Improvement, Madison, College Typing Co., 1935.|
This handbook considers breathing, voice placement, increasing