BIOENERGETIC FEATURES OF PHONATION - THE SUBSTRATE OF GLOBAL MUSICALITY

Dionysios Politis, Georgios Kyriafinis, Jannis Constantinidis, Nektarios Paris

Abstract


The energy levels of phonation constitute indicators revealing the active effects of bodily, kinesthetic and audio communication power levels interrelation with the climatic and cultural habitat of distinct population groups.  The transformation of the bioenergetic factors into characteristic expression patterns and rhythmic pitched articulation sequences within the discourse of speech or music communication is examined in both unrestrained vocalized expression of feelings, freely or loudly, and also in organized choir singing; the latter retains strong elements based on the historical, cultural and social development cues of the ethnic groups staging public performances. The generic character of these voicing features is correlated with linguistic and bioenergetic profiling of living communities.

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Singing Voice, Linguistics, Ethnomusicology, Otorhinolaryngology and Physiology

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