Respiratory and glottal efficiency measures in normal classically trained singers.

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Respiratory and glottal efficiency measures were collected from a pool of 40 classically trained singers with normal larynges. All singers had > or = 3 years of formal classical voice training and were active professional solo classical singers. Mean flow rates were obtained from all subjects to assess glottal efficiency. Additionally, maximum phonation… (More)

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@article{Carroll1996RespiratoryAG, title={Respiratory and glottal efficiency measures in normal classically trained singers.}, author={Lucy M. Carroll and R. T. Sataloff and R J Heuer and Joseph R Spiegel and Sharon L Radionoff and J. R. Cohn}, journal={Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice Foundation}, year={1996}, volume={10 2}, pages={139-45} }