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Pourquoi le singing-formant ? Données scientifiques et hypothèses musicologiques relatives à son apparition

Abstract : The singing formant is a harmonic reinforcement that occurs at about 3000 Hz in opera singers. The first part of this article describes the singing formant from a scientific point of view by defining it in acoustic and physiological terms. Perceptual judgements have shown that it gives a particular vocal quality (the voice is "bright" and carries), as often mentioned by voice teachers and musicians.
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Claire Pillot-Loiseau, Sophie Quattrocchi, Pascal Bezard. Pourquoi le singing-formant ? Données scientifiques et hypothèses musicologiques relatives à son apparition. Médecine des arts, Ayssènes : Médecine des arts, 1998, 26, pp.2-7. ⟨halshs-00609079⟩

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