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(p. 514) Index

(p. 514) Index

Note: Figures and tables are indicated in the page field with f and t respectively.

A
(p. 515) Abdelli–Beruh, Nassima 118n30
Abitbol, Jean 81
Abon, Neisen 207
Academy of Ancient Music 412
accent
Marshallese voice and 199–210, 201f
radio and 97, 101–2, 114, 115n7, 115n8, 115n11
acousmatic voice 77–78
acoustemology 32n3
acoustic epistemology 20, 32n3
acoustic space
gentrification and 308, 312n9
perception of 307, 312n8
resonance and 309, 353, 359n10
site–specific opera and 301–11, 312n6312n9
active voice. see politics of voice
Actor’s Studio 484
addiction, transgender identity and 154–58, 160n16
adhan. see call to prayer
Adorno, Theodor 99
Aeneid (Virgil) 4–5, 9
aeroacoustics 493–94, 508n1
Aeschines 10, 15n14
AFA (American Forensics Association) 215, 228
Afro–pessimism 218–19, 231n2
age
changes in voice and 57–58
perception and 275
agency xiv–xv
Agha, Asif 101
Agia Sophia 357, 360n12
Aguilera, Christina 87–92, 89f–91f
Ahmed, Sara 135
A. I. Artificial Intelligence (Spielberg) 419, 433–35
Ainoi (Praises) (Petros Lampadarios) 349, 351, 351f
Ajram, Nancy 20
Akbar (Mughal Emperor) 364
AKP (Justice and Development Party) (Turkey) 440, 442–44, 453n5
Alaimo, Stacy 209n2
Alarcón, Daniel 114, 119n43
Alexa (Amazon Echo) xiii, xxxivn3
Alexander, Bryant Keith 150
Alexander, Charles 457, 458f
Al–Ghazali, Abu Hamid 29
Allegretto (Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony) 133–35
Allen, Fernando 43
Allen, Rance 48n7
All Things Considered (NPR) 107
Alston, Ken, Jr. 48n7
Amazon Echo (Alexa) xiii, xxxivn3
American Academy of Teachers of Singing 484
American Board of Commissioners on Foreign Missions 198
American Forensics Association 215, 228
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 156
American voice
charisma and 170–71, 172t, 173t, 175f, 180–81, 180t
Midwestern sound and 478–79, 488
Multidimensional Adjective–based Scale of others’ Charisma Perception and 170–71, 172t
radio and 103–14
vox populi and 106–7, 115n16116n18, 117n20
(p. 516) Anastasimatarion (Resurrectional Hymnal) 349
Anastasimatarion (Resurrectional Hymnal) (Ephesios) 351, 351f
anatomy. see also body; brain function; specific body part
Aristotle on 7, 15n9, 15n11, 15n12
biological functions of charisma and 171, 174–75, 173t, 175f–77f, 178–79
charisma and 167
impersonation and 81–82, 94n2
physical examination of 56
vocal ontology and 27
Anderson, Ben 303
André, Naomi 37, 41
Andrews, P. 273
androgyny 41, 48n5, 49n8
animal behavior
livestock herders and 315, 319–21, 320f, 321t, 323t, 324, 325t, 327, 329–30, 335n2, 336n12
perception and 270
animal voice 7–8, 493, 495–98, 503–5, 510n12
animated cinema 431–33, 432f
“Another Man Doe Gone” (Odetta) 243f
anti–Blackness 216–23, 226, 229–31
antiquity
articulation in 8
delivery in 8–12, 15n14
femininity in 13–14
gender in 13–14
language in 5–8
oratory in 8–12, 15n14
pantomime in 13–14
rhetoric in 8–12, 15n14
slavery in 9
speech in 5–12, 15n14
voice as defined in 3–15
anxiety, changes in voice and 62
Anzaldúa, Gloria 147
Apicella, C. L. 276
Apollonius 13
appropriation, impersonation and 79–81
Arabs Got Talent 19
Araújo, Samuel 192
“Are All the Choir Directors Gay?” (Jones) 44
Argentina 117n22
Aristotle xvii, 4, 339n27, 493
on anatomy 7, 15n9, 15n11, 15n12
on ethos 169
language use of 5–7
on pathos 169
on voice 6–7, 15n8, 15n9, 15n11, 15n12
Armisen, Fred 108–9, 109f, 117n23, 119n36
Armstrong, Craig 129
Arnheim, Rudolf 98–99, 114n3, 409
articulation
in antiquity 8
automated voice and 428, 430–31
Broadway voice and 476–77, 481, 485, 487–88
Korean Christians and 469–71
microphone technique and 330
musical instruments and 147, 240, 251, 260–61, 267n35
perception and 282
singing impersonation and 88
throat modeling and 330
Askenfelt, A. 259
Asteris, Leonidas 346, 348, 356
Ataklı, Can 442
Atlas of North American English, The: Phonetics, Phonology, and Sound Change (Labov) 102
atmosphere, site–specific opera and 302–3
attentional practices, vocal ontology and 25
attractiveness, perception and 275, 277–81, 290n6290n12
Atwater Crossing 301
audience
Broadway voice and 485–89, 490n9
charisma and 167
cinema and 133, 138n3
impersonation and 77–79
reception 36, 38, 43, 45–46
site–specific opera and 301–11, 311n2
auditory/sensory perception, as domain of inquiry xxv
Augustine 6
“Auld Lang Syne,” 466
Auslander, Philip 145
authenticity, impersonation and 77
authority, radio and 112, 119n38, 119n39
(p. 517) automated voice xiii–xiv, xxxvin1–xxxvin3. see also technology
articulation and 428, 430–31
cinema and 419–35, 435n2
Euphonia speaking machine xiii, xxxivn1, xxxivn3
femininity and 420–27, 423f, 424f, 426f, 432–33, 435
gender and 420–33, 423f, 424f, 426f, 428f, 432f
masculinity and 427–33, 428f, 432f
race and 433–35, 434f
silent film and 422–24
Autotune 411
avāz 19, 31n1
Avcı, Mustafa 447–48
Avengers: Age of Ultron (Whedon) 420–21, 420f
Avenue Q 479
B
Babbage, Charles 15n3
Babel, M. 280
Bach, Johann Sebastian 257f, 412
Bachelard, Gaston 415
Bacon, Francis 403
Bailey, Philip 48n7
Baker, Anita 79
Baker, Hilary 479
Bally’s Casino 79
Bandyopadhyay, Santanu xxxi, 364, 374
Baptists 35–37, 42–44, 49n11
Bardot, Brigitte 413, 416n5
bari–tenors 482, 489n5
Barnum, P. T. xiii
barometer, voice as. see changes in voice
Barrett, H. C. 285
Barthes, Roland xvii
Bartholomew (Patriarch) 345, 347, 355, 358
Bartok, Béla 267n35
Baudelaire, Charles 415
BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) 100–103, 115n8, 135
Beahrs, Robert O. xxxi
“Beams of Heaven (Some Day)” (Tindley) 35
Beasha, Mailieann 200–201, 201f
Beauty and the Beast 486–87
Bedard, C. 270
Beethoven, Ludwig von 133–35
bel canto 245, 259, 265n16
Belin, P. 270
Belin, Pascal 238
Bélizaire, Guylaine 239, 263n4
Bellamy, Edward 407
Bellocq, Juliette xxviii
Bellu, Michael 193f, 194
belting 475, 479, 481–85, 487, 490n9
Benedict I (Pope) 355–56
benevolence, charisma and 169, 172t, 184t, 185
Bengali gopiyantra (musical instrument) 246–51, 247f–50f
Bergeron, Katherine xix
Bergson, Henri 129
Berlant, Lauren 126, 132–33, 138n2
Bettany, Paul 420–21
Bikini Atoll 202–3, 206
Billy Budd (Melville) 116n18
Biopolitics of Mixing, The: Thai Multiracialities and Haunted Ascendancies (Haritaworn) 143
Birkin, Jane 413, 416n5
Birth Gof (dance company) 311n1
Biss, Eula 309–10
Björk 410–11
Black, Les 405, 408
blindness, perception and 275
Blumstein, D. T. 284
Bocelli, André 242f
body. see also anatomy; specific body part
charisma of 169–70
culture and 273
evolution and 272–73
perception and 272–80, 289n2290n11
puberty and 276, 278, 290n6
race and 217–22, 231
Body Alchemy: Transsexual Portraits (Cameron) 154
“Booral Alta” (morin khuur) 254f
Borkowska, B. 280
“Born This Way” (Lady Gaga) 82–83, 84f, 84t
Boss, P. 167
Bossi, Umberto 178
Bourdieu, Pierre 109–10, 118n29
Bourne, Tracy 481, 483
Bowie, David 403–4, 416n1
(p. 518) Boxes and Bags (Stevens album) 147
Brackett, David 151
brain function xx. see also anatomy; medicine
fusiform face area and 238–39, 262, 263n3
neurological issues and 60, 72
perception and 269–70
temporal voice areas and 238, 263n3
Brantley, Ben 488–89
Braxton, Toni 486
Brel, Jacques 242f
Bridges of Madison County 479, 490n9
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) 100–103, 115n8, 135
Broadway League, The 485
Broadway voice 475–89
articulation and 476–77, 481, 485, 487–88
audience and 485–89, 490n9
bari–tenors and 482, 489n5
belting and 475, 479, 481–85, 487, 490n9
classical singing and 482–83, 489n6
demographics on 486
development of 476–81, 489n1, 489n3
diction and 475–76, 481, 485, 489n3
megamusicals and 478
microphone technique and 475, 487, 489n8
Midwestern sound and 478–79, 488
resonance and 476, 481–85, 487–88
ticket prices and 485–89, 490n9
“triple–threat” philosophy and 479–80
vibrational practice/vibrato and 482, 488
vocal coaching and 476, 479–80, 489n3
YouTube and 477
Brooks, Daphne A. xix
Brown, April L. xxx
Brown, Charles Brockden 115n16, 116n18
Brown, Jason Robert 479
Bruckert, L. 274
Brutus (Cicero) 8, 10–11
Bryant, G. A. 285
Bryant, Gregory A. xxxi
Buddhism, throat singing and 316, 325–26, 338n23, 340n38
Bull, Michael 405, 408
“Bullet in a Gun” (Stevens) 145
Burch, Darryl 220
Burrell, Kim 44
Burrt, Ben 432–33
Burston, Jonathan 477–78, 485, 487, 490n9
Bush, Kate 414
Butler, Mark 145
Butler, Octavia 155
Butler, S. 499–500, 503
Butler, Shane xix
Byzantine Empire 348, 355, 357
C
Cable News Network (CNN) 82
Cable News Network Türk 446
Cabrera, D. 265n18, 266n19
cadence, radio and 98, 104, 108, 112, 117n24
Cage, Byron 49n12
California, University of (Los Angeles) 45
Callimachus 13
call to prayer 439–52, 452n1, 453n3, 453n4, 453n7
gender and 453n9
Ottoman Empire and 442
radio and 446–47
reception and 441, 451
voice quality and 444, 452
Calvino, Italo 303
Cambria, Vincent 192
Cameron, James 427–29
Cameron, Loren 154
Camilleri, Andrea 237
Campbell, Fiona 157
Cantrick, Robert xxxvn8
“Can You Keep a Secret” (De La Soul) 413
Capelle, Alfred 198
capitalism, culture and 194–95
Cardenas, R. A. 276
Carson, Johnny 105
Carter, Nathan 35–36, 40, 43, 47, 47n3
Caruso, Enrico 311n2, 409
castrati 37–38, 41, 45, 47, 48n4, 48n5
Cats 478, 483
Cavarero, Adriana xvii
CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) 82, 107
CCM (University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music) xxxii, 478–80, 486
CEDA (Cross Examination Debate Association) 215, 221, 223, 228
“Cello Suite #6” (J. S. Bach) 257f
Center for Black Music Research 37–38, 41
Cerrone, Christopher 303, 305f, 307f
(p. 519) Chandler, James 125
Chandler, Raymond 102–3
Chang, Hyun Kyong Hannah xxxii
changes in voice xxix–xxx
age and 57–58
anxiety and 62
cinema and (see cinema)
diagnosis of 56
environment and 59–60
gender hearing and 58
hoarseness and 56–57, 153–58, 160n14
impersonation and (see impersonation)
larynx and 63–68, 64f–66f, 70–73, 73f
medicine and 55–74
music and (see music)
neurological issues and 60, 72
physical causes of 59–68, 64f–66f
in radio (see radio)
singing and 59
treatment of 56, 68–70, 73–74
usage and 58, 62–63, 153–58, 160n14
Chanmiga (Songs of Praise) (Yun Ch’iho) 466
Chanyanga (Praise Hymns) (Underwood) 463–64, 463f, 464f, 465
Chapman–Alexander (gospel duo) 457
Chariatidis, Ioannis 346, 348, 359, 360n11
charisma 165–86
anatomy and 167
audience and 167
biological functions of 171, 173–74, 173t, 175f–77f, 178–79
of the body 169–70
climax and 179–81, 180t
emotional induction and [link] t
ethos and 169, 172t
fundamental frequency and 171, 173–74, 173t, 175f–77f, 178–79, 180t, 180–81
intensity and 174, 175f–77f, 178–79, 180–81, 180t
language and 167–68, 179–86, 180t, 182t–84t, 186n1
of the mind 168, 170
Multidimensional Adjective–based Scale of others’ Charisma Perception and 170–71, 172t
origins of 165–68
pathos and 169, 172t
perception of 178–79, 181–84, 182t–84t, 186n1
pitch and 167, 171, 173–74, 173t, 175f–77f, 178–81, 182t, 183t, 184, 184t
power and 169
prosody and 179, 181–82
resonance and 171, 173
rhetoric and 168, 179
speech and 167–68
traits of 170–71, 172t
vocis climax strategy and 179–81, 180t
vocis variatio delectat and 174, 175f–77f, 178
voice quality and 165, 167, 181
Charlton, B. D. 275
Chess 478
Chion, Michael 426–27
Chirac, Jacques 181
Chong Gum, JociAnna 205–7
Choy, Tim 302–3
Chrysostom, John (Saint) 356
Cicero 8–14, 15n14
Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music (CCM), University of xxxii, 478–80, 486
cinema 125–38
animated 431–33, 432f
audience and 133, 138n3
automated voice and 419–35, 435n2
BBC and 135
culture and 125–30, 126f, 134, 137–38, 138n1
femininity and 420–27, 423f, 424f, 426f, 432–33, 435
gaze and 125, 127, 129–30, 134, 138
gender and 420–33, 423f, 424f, 426f, 428f, 432f
intimacy and 127, 134
language in 125, 127–30
liberalism in 125–38
masculinity and 427–33, 428f, 432f
music and 125, 129–31, 133–35, 138, 138n3
race and 433–35, 434f
sentiment and 125–27, 130, 132–33
silent 422–24
trauma and 132–33, 138n2
(p. 520) Clark, Martin 405
Clark Sisters 44
class. see social class
classical antiquity. see antiquity
Clifford, James 209n1, 209n6, 209n8
Cliks, the 145
climax, charisma and 179–81, 180t
Clinton, Hillary 173t, 175f, 180, 180t
CNN (Cable News Network) 82
CNN Türk 446
Cocker, Joe 82
“Cocoon” (Björk) 410
college policy debate 215, 219–22, 230–31, 232n7
Collins, Patricia Hill 151
Collins, S. A. 274
colonialism xviii, 80, 158, 192–99, 207–8
ethnomusicology and 330–34, 339n27
Korean Christians and 458–62
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) 82, 107
communication, perception and 281–82
Como, Perry 409
competence, charisma and 169, 172t, 184t, 185
Confucianism 465, 467, 471
Connor, Steven xviii
conscious communication xix
Constantinople. see Istanbul, Turkey
context
as domain of inquiry xxv–xxvi
vocal ontology and 21, 26–28, 32n8
Cook, Perry 240
Cook, Victor Trent 48n7
Cooper, Anderson 82
Cooper, James Fenimore 357
Corbiau, Gérard 38
Corelli, Arcangelo 261
Correspondances (Baudelaire) 415
Coughlin, Father Charles 116n18
Couldry, Nick 488
countertenors
gendered sound and 35–47
larynx and 41–42
power and 41
religion and 39–47
sexual orientation and 37–41, 45–47
symbolism and 39–42, 48n5, 48n749n10
cover songs 78
Coyote Grace 145, 153
Cray, Tony David 409
creaky voice 118n30, 496, 506t, 509n10
Crescent City (Lebaron/Kearney) 301
Critical Handbook of Voice Studies (Thomaidis/MacPherson, eds.) 340n36
Cronkite, Walter 111
Crosby, Bing 409
cross–cultural perception. see also culture
of emotion 285–88
Kaluli people and xvi
vocal ontology and 19
Cross Examination Debate Association 215, 221, 223, 228
Cross–X (Miller) 215
Crow, Sheryl 81
crying 271–72, 289n1
Ctesiphon 10
cues
crying and 271–72, 289n1
perception and 270–72, 289n1
site–specific opera and 306
culture xiv–xvi. see also cross–cultural perception; specific country
accent and 97, 101–2, 114, 115n7, 115n8, 115n11
body and 273
Broadway voice and 478–79
capitalism and 194–95
cinema and 125–30, 126f, 134, 137–38, 138n1
colonialism and 458–62
Heidegger on 31n2
kargyraa and 316, 318–24, 321t, 323t, 325t, 328–31, 333t, 334, 335n3, 336n10, 336n16
mapping ontologies and 21
Marshallese (see Marshallese voice)
Multidimensional Adjective–based Scale of others’ Charisma Perception and 170–71, 172t
musical instruments and 263n5
nasal voice and 117n23
nomadism and 316, 320–23, 326–27, 331–32, 333t, 338n24, 339n27
(p. 521)
Pacific Island 193–96, 209n6209n10 (see also Marshallese voice; specific island)
palimpsest vocal tradition and 352–59, 359n10, 360n12
perception and 271, 273–74, 276–78, 283, 285–89, 290n7
physical strength and 276–77
radio and 101, 109, 113, 117n23
Rum community (Istanbul) and 345, 348, 355, 357–58, 359n2, 360n17, 361n20
site–specific opera and 308–11, 312n9
sygyt and 316, 318–21, 321t, 323–31, 323t, 325t, 333t, 334, 335n3, 336n10, 336n16, 338n22
vocal ontology and 29–30, 32n11
xöömei and 315–34
curriculum for voice studies 500–507, 502t, 504f, 505t, 506t 510n14
Cytheris 13–14
D
Dailey, Patrick 35–38, 42–47, 48n7, 49n11, 49n13
D’Angour, Armand 15n4
Danielidis, Nikolaos 348
Daniels, Anthony 428–29
Darwin, Charles 269
da Silva, Luiz Inácio Lula 173t, 177f, 180, 180t
Davies, James Q. xix
Davis, Alex 143, 145–46
Davis, Angela 149
DAW (digital audio workstation) 410–12
Dayan, Colin 158
Dayme, M. 503
DeBarge, El 48n7
debate
anti–Blackness and 216–23, 226, 229–31
cards in 223–24
college policy 215, 219–22, 230–31, 232n7
femininity and 221–23
gender and 221–23
Kritiks and 232n7
Louisville Method of 216, 223–25, 229–30, 232n5
music and 224–25
neutral voice and 215–16, 227
on North Atlantic Treaty Organization 225–30, 232n6, 232n7
politics of voice and 225–30, 232n6, 232n7
privilege and 215, 217, 221–22
race and 215–31
slavery and 218–19, 226–27
three-tiered methodology and 223–25, 232n5
Declaration of Independence 106
“Defying Gravity” 477
Deharme, Paul 98
De La Soul 413
delivery of speech, in antiquity 8–12, 15n14
DeLoughrey, Elizabeth M. 193–94
de Magistris, Luigi 173t, 176f, 179, 180, 180t
Demirkoparan, İbrahim 450
Demosthenes 8–12, 15n14
Den Hartog, D. N. 166, 170
Derrida, Jacques 6, 15n12, 408
Desi, Thomas 489n8
Desplat, Alexandre 131, 133–34
Dhrupad 29, 363
diagnosis of changes in voice 56
diaspora, Marshallese voice and 191–95, 201–5, 208–9, 209n4, 209n5
Di Blas, L. 171
DiCaire, Véronic 79–94, 84f–85f, 84t, 87f, 89f–93f
diction
Broadway voice and 475–76, 481, 485, 489n3
radio and 98
digital audio workstation (DAW) 410–12
digital technology 410–12
Dillon, Emma xix
“Dimensions of Communicator Credibility” (Tuppen) 167
Dion, Céline 79–82, 87, 89f–91f, 92
Dionysius of Halicarnassus 10
disability xvii
stuttering as 130–38, 138n2
technology and xviii
transgender identity and 156–58, 160n16
Discman 414
Disney 431, 475, 486
Diyanet 443–51, 453n8
Doane, Mary Ann 430–31
Dolar, Mladen xviii, 77–78, 114n2, 431–32
dominance, charisma and 169, 172t
(p. 522) Donatus, on voice 8
Dongnip Sinmun (The Independent) 465–66
“Doppelgängers” (This American Life) 108, 109f
Douglas, Mary 217
Douglas, Susan 107
Drake, Alfred 482–83
Dreyfus, Hubert 31n2
Duchan, Joshua S. xviii
Dunn, Leslie C. xvi
DXing (ham radio) 117n18
dynamic range compression, mobile music and 412–13
Dynamics of the Singing Voice (Dayme) 503
dynamics of voice xxvii
fundamental frequency and 365–400, 367f, 369f, 370t, 375t, 377t, 378f, 382t, 383f, 387t, 388f, 392t, 393f
glottis and 364–66, 372–97, 380f, 385f, 390f, 395f
larynx and 366, 389, 392, 394, 394t, 397
performance and 376–400, 376f, 377t, 378f, 379t, 380f, 381t, 382f, 382t, 383f, 384t, 385f, 386t, 387f, 387t, 388f, 389t, 390f, 391t, 392t, 393f, 394t, 395f, 396f, 396t
recording 364–65
vocal pedagogy and 366–75, 367f–69f, 370t, 371f–74f, 375t
Dyson, Frances 405, 415–16
E
Eclogues (Virgil) 12–13
Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople 345–59, 359n3, 360n11
Edison, Thomas xiii
Eidsheim, Nina Sun xix, xvii, xviii, xxxi, 192, 196–97, 209n11, 339n33, 507
Eisner, F. 285–86, 290n13
“Ejjab Kiki Jela Eo,” 202–3, 210n22
Ekman, P. 285–86, 290n13
Eknilang, Lijon 206–7
Elmhirst, Tom 415
Emmanualidis, Basieleos 348
Emmerson, Simon 414
Emory University 225
emotion
charisma and 172t
cross–cultural perception of 285–88
environment, changes in voice and 59–60
Ephesios, Petros 351, 351f
epistemology, acoustic 20, 32n3
erasure of space 99, 107
Erbakan, Necmettin 442
Erdoğan, Recep Tayyıp 442–43
“Essential Attributes of Charisma” (Boss) 167
estrogen, perception and 278
ethnography
radio and 101
transgender identity and 144, 152
vocal ontology and 28–29, 32n9
ethnomusicology xvi, xxxvn8
gendered sound and 35–47
Marshallese voice and 205–8
postcolonial ethics and 330–34, 339n27
throat singing and 315–34
ethos 169, 172t
Etymologies (Isadore) 15n6
Euphemia (Saint) 356, 360n15
Euphonia speaking machine xiii, xxxivn1, xxxivn3
evolution
animal behavior and 270
body and 272–73
crying and 271–72, 289n1
cues and 270–72, 289n1
signals and 270–72, 289n1
Ex Machina (Garland) 419, 421, 424–27, 426f, 435
ezan (see also Islam, call to prayer)
F
Faber, Joseph xiii, xxxivn1, xxxivn2
face perception 238–39, 262, 263n3
Fahri, Sabrina 97–98, 100, 102–3, 110
Fales, Cornelia xviii, xxx–xxxi, 452n1
falsetto 39, 41–42, 48n5, 48n7, 49n10
Farinelli 38
Favreau, Jon 435n1
fear, perception and 283–84
Fecteau, S. 270
feedback xx
Feinberg, D. R. 275, 290n12
Feld, Steven xvi, xvii, xxxvn6, 32n3
Feldman, Martha xix, 44
femininity xxviii (p. 523)
in antiquity 13–14
automated voice and 420–27, 423f, 424f, 426f, 432–33, 435
castrati and 37–38, 41, 45, 47, 48n4, 48n5
cinema and 420–27, 423f, 424f, 426f, 432–33, 435
debate and 221–23
falsetto and 39, 41–42, 48n5, 48n7, 49n10
perception and 273–81, 289n2290n12
privilege and (see privilege)
race and 221–23
radio and 110, 118n30, 118n31
transgender identity and (see transgenderism)
vocal range and 39
Fenwick, Malcolm 463
FFA (fusiform face area) 238–39, 262, 263n3
50 Voices (DiCaire show) 79–82
film. see cinema
Fink, B. 273
Fiorina, Carly 173t, 175f, 180–81, 180t
“fireside chats,” 99, 114n4
Firth, Colin xxix, 127–38, 135f, 136f, 138n2, 138n3
Fisher, Carrie 278
Fleeger, Jennifer xxxi
Fleischman, Jessica xxviii
Fliegelman, Jay 106, 117n20
Floikos, Stylianos 345–59, 347f, 350f, 359n5, 360n17
Ford, Andrew 409, 412
“Formant Peaks and Spectral Valleys” (Cook) 240
formants/formant frequencies. see also pitch
impersonation and 82, 85–88, 87f, 89f–91f, 92
musical instruments and 240–41, 246–56, 259–61, 264n6, 265n13, 265n14, 267n31, 267n32
perception and 272–81, 290n6, 290n8
resonance and 82
For More Than One Voice: Toward a Philosophy of Vocal Expression (Cavarero) xvii
Forzi, M. 171
Foundations of Voice Studies (Kreiman/Sidtis) 503
Fox, Aaron A. 210n22, xvii
Fraccaro, P. J. 273, 275, 290n12
François, Anne–Lise 48n5, 48n7
Frank, Jason 106, 115n17
Frankenstein (Shelley) xxxivn2
Franklin, Joe 104–6
Franklin, Kirk 49n12
French voice
charisma and 170–71, 172t, 181, 182t–84t
Multidimensional Adjective–based Scale of others’ Charisma Perception and 170–71, 172t
fundamental frequency 496–97, 509n9
musical instruments and 246–60, 264n6, 265n13, 265n14, 265n16, 266n20, 266n27, 267n31
perception and 272–81, 287, 289n2
taan and 365–400, 367f, 369f, 370t, 375t, 377t, 378f, 382t, 383f, 387t, 388f, 392t, 393f
fusiform face area 238–39, 262, 263n3
G
“Gada Mairen” (morin khuur) 258f
Gainsbourg, Serge 413, 416n5
Gale, James 467
GAle GAtes (theatre troupe) 311n1
Galen, on voice 15n9, 19
Gallus 13
Gandhi, Mohandas (Mahatma) 168–69
Garfield, Bob 118n30, 119n43
Garland, Alex 419
Gaulin, S. J. 276
Gaye, Marvin 497
Gelb, Peter 311n2
gender xvi–xvii, xxviii. see also femininity, masculinity; sexual orientation; transgender identity
androgyny and 41, 48n5, 49n8
in antiquity 13–14
automated voice and 420–33, 423f, 424f, 426f, 428f, 432f
call to prayer competitions and 453n9
castrati and 37–38, 41, 45, 47, 48n4, 48n5
(p. 524)
charisma and 173–74, 173t, 175f–77f, 178–79
cinema and 420–33, 423f, 424f, 426f, 428f, 432f
countertenor gospel singing and 35–47
debate and 221–23
falsetto and 39, 41–42, 48n5, 48n7, 49n10
musical arrangement and 35
perception and 273–81, 289n2290n12
pitch and 173–74, 173t
privilege and (see privilege)
race and 221–23
radio and 110–12, 118n30, 118n31
range and 39, 174, 175f–77f, 178–79
throat singing and 319–21, 321t, 325t, 336n14, 336n16
gendered sound, countertenors and 35–47
Gendron, M. 286, 290n13
gentrification, acoustic space and 308, 312n9
Georgetown University 220
Georgiadis, Eleftherios 348
Germany, Nazi 117n23
gesture, taan. see taan
Geurisuedo Sinmun (Christian Newspaper) 466, 469
“Ghost Boy” (Stevens) 148–50, 159n8
Gibson, Andrew 435
Giftpilz, Der (Streicher) 117n23
Giles, Peter 42
Gimenez, E. Martin 303–4
Glass, Ira 98, 104–6, 108–14, 109f, 115n12, 117n23, 117n24, 117n30, 119n36, 119n42
Glass, Shirley 108–9
Glee 477
globalization 97
glottis xx, 364–66, 372–97, 380f, 385f, 390f, 395f
“God Save the Queen,” 466
Goldfrapp 413
Goldin–Perschbacher, Shana xviii, 147
Gomes, Alberto 195
Google Home xiii, xxxivn3
gopiyantra (Bengali musical instrument) 246–51, 247f–50f
Gordon, Avery 158
gospel singing 35–47
Grant, Hugh 131
Graziosi, Barbara 15n1
Great Society 107
Greek Orthodoxy 345–59. see also religion
lampadarios and 345–46, 349, 356, 359n4, 359n5, 360n11
psaltis/psaltes and 345–59, 359n1, 360n17
Roman Catholicism and 359n3
Saint George Cathedral (Istanbul) and 345–48, 347f, 355, 360n12, 360n17
yphos (style) and 347–52, 350f, 351f, 354–55, 358–59, 359n7
Green, Al 48n7
Green, LaTonia 220–29
Greenwood, Lee 31
Gregory V (Patriarch) 356, 360n17
grey diction 98
Grove, Paul 465
Guittard, Laurence 482–83
Gürtaş, Ahmet 441
Gurven, M. 276
gut ritual 469
“Guy Names Joe” (Stevens) 147–50
H
Haddon, Deitrick 49n12
Hadfield, Chris 403–5, 408, 412, 416n1
Hadza people 276
Hair 479
Halki Island 355, 360n13, 360n14
Hall, Karen 482–84, 485
Halperin, David 41, 45
Hamera, Judith 158
Hammerstein, Oscar II 482
ham radio 117n18
Hardie, Robert 467–68
Haritaworn, Jin 143–44, 158
Harkness, Nicholas xix, 31n1, 119n39
harmonic density 275, 289n4
Harness, Robert 457–58
Harvey House Restaurant (Union Station, LA) 305, 305f
Hastrup, Kirsten 77
Hawaii, politics of voice and 196
Hawkshaw, Mary J. xxix
HBO (Home Box Office) 82
“Headphones” (Björk) 410
hearing, changes in voice and 58
Hearts of Pine (Pilzer) 205–6
Hegde’s PocketGuide to Communication Disorders 155
Heidegger, Martin 31n2, 32n11
“Hello” (Adele) 415
Henderson, Reese 156
Henke, Robert 406
Her (Jonze) 420, 426–27
Hess, Amanda 118n30
“Hey Now” (London Grammar) 415
high singing. see countertenors
Himba people 285–86
Hirschberg, J. 181, 287
Hirschkind, Charles xvii
History of Animals (Aristotle) 7, 15n9
Hitler, Adolph 99, 114n4
hoarseness 20
changes in voice and 56–57, 153–58, 160n14
transgender identity and 146–50, 154–58, 160n14
Hobsbawn, Eric 209n6
Hodges–Simeon, C. R. 276
Hoe, Josh 224
Holiday, Billie 113, 151
Hollande, François 173t, 176f, 178–79, 180–81, 180t
Hollingshead, John xxxivn2
Holt, Fabian 151
Home Box Office (HBO) 82
Homer 4–5, 13–14
“Homosexuality’s Closet” (Halperin) 41
Hooper, Tom 131, 133–35
Horkheimer, Max 99
hormone replacement therapy 146–47, 149, 154
Horning, Rob 433
Hortensius 11, 14
House of Culture (Övür District, Tyva Republic) 315, 317f, 328f, 329f
Houston, Whitney 79
Hughes, David Edward 409, 412
Hulbert, Homer 469
Huron, David 79
I
“I Am Coming to the Cross” (Underwood) 464f
identity gender
impersonation and 77
race and 43–44
singing and 43–44
Ihde, Don 312n8
Iliad (Homer) 3–4
Illinois State University 220
“Iluman Tiyu” (Quichua ensemble) 257f
imperialism xviii
impersonation 77–94
acoustic analysis and 82–83
anatomy and 81–82, 94n2
appropriation and 79–81
articulation and 88
audience and 77–79
authenticity and 77
Véronic DiCaire and 79–94, 84f–85f, 84t, 87f, 89f–93f
formant frequencies and 82, 85–88, 87f, 89f–91f, 92
identity and 77
larynx and 81–82
mime and 78–79
original voice and 81–82, 87–92, 89f–91f
pharynx and 81–82, 88, 94n2
pitch and 83–86, 84f–85f, 84t
race and 79–81
spectrum and 86–93, 87f, 89f–92f
ventriloquism and 77–78
vibrato and 83–86, 84f–85f, 84t
vocal fold and 81–82, 94n2
indeterminacy, vocal ontology and 30–31
India xviii
political speech in 22–28, 32n5
taan in (see taan)
“Three Men and the Elephant” and xx, xxxvn8
indigeneity. see also culture
musical instruments and 263n5
nomadism and 316, 320–23, 326–27, 331–32, 333t, 338n24, 339n27
politics of voice and 195–96, 209n9
individual expression 78–79
inquiry xix, xxiv–xxvi
(p. 526) intensity, charisma and 174, 175f–77f, 178–79, 180–81, 180t
intention, perception and 281–83, 286–88
interdisciplinarity xxvi–xxvii, 493–508
aeroacoustics and 493–94, 508n1
animal voice and 493, 495–98, 503–5, 510n12
curriculum for voice studies and 500–507, 502t, 504f, 505t, 506t, 510n14
fundamental frequency and 496–97, 509n9
larynx and 494, 496–97, 500–501, 503, 504f, 508n5, 509n11, 510n12
perception and 493–98, 500, 502–3, 502t, 506t, 507
pitch and 496–97, 501, 502t, 506t, 508n3, 509n8
resonance and 495, 497, 499
“Three Men and the Elephant” and xx–xxiv, xxxvn8
vocal fold and 494–97, 499–500, 503, 504f, 508n4, 508n5, 509n8, 510n13
vocal tract and 495, 497, 499, 506t, 510n12
vocology and 498
voice quality and 493, 496, 499–501, 506t, 510n13
interiority 136, 503
intermaterial vibrational practice xviii
International Phonetic Alphabet 105
International Space Station (ISS) 403, 405, 416n1
“In the Closet” (Jackson) 413
intimacy
cinema and 127, 134
mobile music and 403, 405–6, 408–10, 413–16
radio and 112
Invisible Cities (Cerrone) xxxi, 301–11, 305f, 307f
Iron Man (Favreau) 419–21
Isadore 15n6
Islam
call to prayer and (see call to prayer)
Diyanet and 443–51, 453n8
gender and 453n9
Koran and 440–41, 444, 453n2, 453n7, 453n9
makams and 443–45, 445t, 451–52, 453n6
in modern Turkey 439–52
Ottoman Empire and 442
radio and 446–47
Islamist Welfare Party (RP) (Turkey) 442–43
İslamın Sembolleri: Ezan ve İbadet Dili Tartışmaları (Özcan) 448
Isley, Ron 48n7
ISS (International Space Station) 403, 405, 416n1
Istanbul, Turkey
Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople and 345–59, 359n3, 360n11
palimpsest vocal tradition and 354–55, 360n12
Rum community (Istanbul) in 345, 348, 355, 357–58, 359n2, 360n17, 361n20
Ithaca College 478
J
Jackman, Hugh 482–83
Jackson, Michael 413
Jackson, Shannon 151–53
Jacobsen, Kristina M. xix
James, Etta 28
James, William 136
Japan
colonialism and 458–62, 465–67, 470–71
Korean Christians and 458–62, 465–67, 470–71
Marshallese voice and 201–3, 210n19
Jarman–Ivens, Freya xix, xviii, 77, 94
Jefferson, Thomas 106–7, 112, 117n20
“Je Ne Suis Qu’une Chanson,” 82–83, 84t, 86
Jerome (Saint) 8
Jeter, Claude 48n7
“Jingle Bells,” 87–92, 89f–91f
jitter 260–61, 267n33, 267n34, 280, 429, 508n3, 510n14
Johansson, Scarlett 420, 426–27
Johnson, E. Patrick 152
Johnson, Jake xxxii
Johnson, Judith 156–57
Johnson, Lyndon 107
Jones, Alisha Lola xxix
Jones, Elizabeth 215, 220–30
Jones, George Heber 463
Jones, James Earl 277–78
Jones, Nancy A. xvi
Jonze, Spike 420, 425
Joseon Geuriseudoin Hoebo (Korean Christians’s Newsletter) 466
(p. 527) Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies xix
Joyce, James 408
Juda (Bikinian King) 202–3
Julius Montanus 15n5
Justice and Development Party (AKP) (Turkey) 440, 442–44, 453n5
Justinian 360n12
K
Kallman syndrome 497
Kaluli people xvi
Kane, Danielle 461
Kan–ool, Vladislav 315, 335n4
Kanwisher, Nancy 238
kargyraa 316, 318–24, 321t, 323t, 325t, 328–31, 333t, 334, 335n3, 336n10, 336n16
Karpf, Anne 101
Katz, Mark 409
Kearney, Douglas 301
Kee, John P. 48n7
Kelsie, Amber 219
Kemalist Turkey 439–40
Kemble, Francis A. 39
Kenin–Lopsan, Mongush 338n22
Kenny, Dianna 481, 483
Kent, Raymond D. 154
Khalil, Alexander K. xxxi
Khayal 363
kinesthetic listening 79
King, Jason 486
King’s Speech, The (film) 127, 130–38, 135f, 136f, 138n2, 138n3
Koenig, Sarah 118n28
Koestenbaum, Wayne 15n1
Kokenes, Constantine 349
Koran 440–41, 444, 453n2, 453n7, 453n9
recitation of 30, 440–52, 452n1, 453n7, 453n9, 453n13
Korea for Christ 458
Korea Mission Field, The 467–68
Korean Christians 457–72
articulation and 469–71
colonialism and 458–62
gut ritual and 469
Japan and 458–62
Million Movement and xxxii, 457–58
missionaries and 457–72
modern voice and 470–72
music and 457–66, 458f, 463f, 464f, 470–72
prayer and 466–69
race and 464–65
Shamanism and 467, 469
Korea Review, The 467
Kreiman, Jody xviii, xx, xxxii, 119n36, 481, 503
Krell, Elias xviii, xxx
Kritiks 232n7
Kubrick, Stanley 433
Kulthum, Umm 31
Kunreuther, Laura 31n1
Kutlu, Aziz Mahmut 443
Kyrgyz, Zoya 338n22
L
LaBelle, Brandon xviii
Labov, William 102
LA Dance Project 303
Lady Gaga 82–83, 84f, 84t, 86
Lady Gaga Presents The Monster Ball Tour: at Madison Square Garden 82
lampadarios 345–46, 349, 356, 359n4, 359n5, 360n11
Lang, Fritz 421–24
language xvii. see also rhetoric; speech
accent and 97, 101–2, 114, 115n7, 115n8, 115n11
in antiquity 5–8
BBC and 100–103
charisma and 167–68, 180–86, 180t, 182t–84t, 186n1
in cinema 125, 127–30
global English and 97
Multidimensional Adjective–based Scale of others’ Charisma Perception and 170–71, 172t
musical instruments and 241, 265n14
pronunciation of 100–103
standard language movement and 102, 115n10
Tyvan 315–34, 323t, 325t, 333t, 334n1340n38
vocal ontology and 19, 31n1
vowel sounds and 105–6
laryngitis. see hoarseness; larynx
(p. 528) larynx xiii, 494, 496–97, 500–501, 503, 504f, 508n5, 509n11, 510n12
Aristotle on 7
belting and 481
changes in voice and 63–68, 64f–66f, 70–73, 73f
countertenors and 41–42
hoarseness and 20
impersonation and 81–82
obstruction of 365–66, 374, 376, 389, 392, 392t, 393f, 394, 394t, 395f, 396f, 396t, 397, 398t, 399, 399f
perception and 272–73, 282, 284, 290n6
taan and 366, 389, 392, 394, 394t, 397
Lau, Frederick xix
laughter xiii, 282
Laukon, Neisen 204–5, 204f
leadership traits 170–71, 172t
charismatic (see charisma)
Leaves of Grass (Whitman) 116n18
Lebaron, Anne 301
Lee, Graham 463, 467
Lee, Tong Soon 441
LeMahieu, D. L. 115n8
Leno, Jay 105
Letterman, David 105
Lewin, K. 167
liberalism 125–38
Life of Vergil (Suetonius) 15n5
Light in the Piazza, The 490n9
Likert scale, Multidimensional Adjective–based Scale of others’ Charisma Perception and 171
linguistics xvi
Linnekin, Jocelyn 196, 209n7
listening xvii
kinesthetic 79
Marshallese voice and 205–8, 210n26
performative xvii
private 404–11
technology and xvii
Little, A. C. 281
“Little Boxes” (Reynolds) 476
Little Mermaid, The (Disney) 431
Little Richard 48n7
Live in HD (Metropolitan Opera) 304
livestock herders 315, 319–21, 320f, 321t, 323t, 324, 325t, 327, 329–30, 335n2, 336n12
logos 168
London Grammar, 415
Long, Huey 116n18
Looby, Christopher 106, 115n17
Looking Backward from 2000 to 1887 (Bellamy) 407
López, Sabrina 81–82
Lordi, Emily J. xix
Louden, Allan 220
loudspeakers 306
Louisville, University of xxx, 215
Louisville Collective 219–25
Louisville Method of Debate 216, 223, 229–30
three-tiered methodology and 223–25, 232n5
Louisville Project 215–16, 219–20, 223–24
Love Actually (film) 125–30, 126f, 134, 137–38, 138n1
LoVetri, Jeannette 487
Loviglio, Jason 111–12
Lubin, Tom 114n4
Lucretius, on voice 7
Luhrmann, Tanya 27
lullaby, throat singing and 319–20, 321t, 322, 325t, 331, 336n11, 336n14, 336n16
LuPone, Patti 485, 487–88
M
Mac, Taylor 151, 160n11
MacIntyre, Alisdair 128
Mackey, L. L. 279
MacPherson, Ben 340n36
MacRae, Gordon 482
Maddison, Benetick Kabua 197, 210n15
Madison, Soyini 158
Mahaparinarvana Sutra xx
Mahmud II (Sultan) 356, 360n17
Malas–Godlewska, Ewa 38
Malcolm X xxx
Malinowski, Bronislaw 32n8
Malloy, Dave 475–76, 485
Manchakai, Sat 319, 328, 328f, 336n10
Mangeshkar, Lata 29, 31
mapping, of vocal ontology 21, 29–30, 32n11
Marcus, Greil 118n31
Marshall, Wayne 405–6
Marshallese Education Initiative 191
Marshallese Oral History Project and Digital Music Collection 191, 202, 210n15
Marshallese voice 191–209
accent and 199–210, 201f
Americanized 197–98
diaspora and 191–95, 201–5, 208–9, 209n4, 209n5
employment rate and 192–93, 209n4
ethnomusicology and 205–8
Japan and 201–3, 210n19
listening and 205–8, 210n26
Ṃanit Club and 191–92, 195–99, 198f, 205–6, 209, 210n15
missionaries and 198–99, 210n14, 210n15
music and 192–96, 193f
nuclear weapons and 191–92, 199, 202–8, 210n23210n26
oral history and 191–92, 194
resonance and 191, 195
roros and 197–98, 208, 210n14
song and 192–97, 193f, 202–3, 210n22, 210n24
sonorous voice and 191
throat voice and 191–92, 194–96, 198, 201, 204–8
thyroid issues and 203–7
timbre and 191, 205–7
transmission of knowledge and 192, 194, 201–3, 210n19, 210n22
voice challenge and 192, 196–97, 199–201, 201f, 207, 209, 209n11
Martin, Dean 77, 409
Mary Mary 49n12
MASCharP (Multidimensional Adjective–based Scale of others’ Charisma Perception) 170–71, 172t
masculinity. see also gender
automated voice and 427–33, 428f, 432f
castrati and 37–38, 41, 45, 47, 48n4, 48n5
cinema and 427–33, 428f, 432f
countertenor gospel singing and 35–47
falsetto and 39, 41–42, 48n5, 48n7, 49n10
perception and 273–81, 289n2290n12
privilege and (see privilege)
radio and 110–12, 118n30, 118n31
testosterone and 274, 277–79, 290n6
transgender identity and (see transgender identity)
vocal range and 39
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Encyclopedia of Communication Disorders 154
material dimensions and mechanism, as domain of inquiry xxv
materiality xvii
Matsuda, Mari 225
Maurice, Alice 433
Maxwell 48n7
Mayfield, Curtis 48n7
McCarty, K. 279
McClurkin, Donnie 49n12
McCracken, Henry 457
McEnaney, Tom xxix
McGary, Grace Harmon 465
McGettigan, C. 282
McKay, George xviii
McKnight, Bryan 48n7
McNeal, Jeff 79
McPherson, Eve xix, xxxii
meaning of voice xviii
in antiquity (see antiquity)
singing and (see singing/song)
vocal ontology and (see vocal ontology)
mechanical voice. see automated voice; technology
medicine. see also brain function
age and 57–58
anxiety and 62
changes in voice and 55–74
diagnosis and 56
environment and 59–60
estrogen and 278
hearing and 58
hormone replacement therapy and 146–47, 149, 154
(p. 530)
Kallman syndrome 497
larynx and 63–68, 64f–66f, 70–73, 73f
neurological issues and 60, 72
physical causes of changes in voice and 59–68, 64f–66f
physical examination and 56
puberty and 276, 278, 290n6, 497
resonance and 57, 63
slavery and 145, 158
testosterone and 274, 277–79, 290n6
thyroid issues and 203–7
transgender transitioning and 145–50, 159n6
treatment and 56, 68–70, 73–74
vocal fold and 55–74, 64f–66f, 73f
vocal usage and 58, 62–63, 153–58, 160n14
voice quality and 70, 72
megamusicals 478
Meizel, Katherine xix, xviii, xxix, 78–79, 82, 94n1
melisma 44, 49n14
Melodyne 411
Melville, Herman 116n18
Mendelssohn, Felix 258f, 260, 262
“Men Otemjej Rej Ilo Bein Anij,” 202–3
Menzel, Idina 476–77, 481, 489n1
Mercer University 215
Merman, Ethel 481, 484
Messick, Brinkley 440
Mestakides, John 347
methodology xxxiii
metre 4–5, 15n5
Metropolis (Lang) 421–25, 423f, 434f, 435
Metropolitan Opera 304
Michigan, University of 478–79, 486
Micronesia 194, 196
microphone technique
articulation and 330
Broadway voice and 475, 487, 489n8
mobile music and 404, 406, 409–14
site–specific opera and 304, 306, 311n2
“Middle of Somewhere” (This American Life) 104
Midwestern sound 478–79, 488
Mill, Mara xviii
Miller, Joe 215
Miller, Richard 41–42, 48n5, 49n9, 49n10
Million Movement 457–58, xxxii
“Million Souls for Jesus, A” (Harkness) 458
mime, impersonation and 78–79
mind, charisma of 168, 170
Miserables, Les 478
missionaries
Korean Christians and 457–72
Marshallese voice and 198–99, 210n14, 210n15
Missionary Review of the World, The 457
Mitchell, Cortez 48n7
Mitchell, VaShawn 49n12
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Encyclopedia of Communication Disorders 154
mobile music 403–16, 416n1
dynamic range compression and 412–13
headphones and 404–16
intimacy and 403, 405–6, 408–10, 413–16
microphone and 404, 406, 409–14
private listening and 404–11
reception and 404
recording and 403–4, 411–16, 416n1
resonance and 410
reverberation and 414
speaker systems and 406
telephonic and 406–8
whisper and 409–11
YouTube and 403–4, 416n1
modes. see vocal modalities
moksori 19, 31n1
Mol, Annemarie 31
Mongolian morin khuur (musical instrument) 252–56, 253f, 254f, 258f, 262, 266n23266n28
Mongush, Valeriy Kechilovich 315–34, 318f–20f, 321t, 323t, 325t, 327f, 329f, 333t, 335n2, 335n4, 335n5, 335n7335n9, 336n11, 336n14, 336n16, 337n20, 337n21, 339n26
Monroe, Marilyn 77, 105
Moose, J. Robert 468
Morgan, Wess 49n12
Morgan State University 36, 43, 47n3
morin khuur (Mongolian musical instrument) 252–56, 253f, 254f, 258f, 262, 266n23266n28
(p. 531) Morning Edition (NPR) 110
Morrow, Karen 479
Moss, J. 49n12
“Mour ilo Springdale” (Bellu) 192–94, 193f, 202
movies. see cinema
Moxness, B. H. 274
Mu, Pastor 469
Mugglestone Lynda 101, 115n7
Multidimensional Adjective–based Scale of others’ Charisma Perception (MASCharP) 170–71, 172t
multisensory perception xxx–xxxi
evolution and (see evolution)
musical instruments and (see musical instruments)
site–specific opera and 301–11, 311n1
throat singing and (see throat singing)
voice perception and (see perception)
Mumbai, India, political speech in 22–28, 32n5
Mun Kyeong Ho 468–69
Müren, Zeki 31
Murrow, Edward R. 111
Musée de l’Homme, Voix du Monde, Les project xvii
music. see also musical instruments
ancient, reconstruction of 4, 15n3, 15n4
arrangement of, gender and 35
castrati and 37–38, 41, 45, 47, 48n4, 48n5
cinema and 125, 129–31, 133–35, 138, 138n3
debate and 224–25
falsetto and 39, 41–42, 48n5, 48n7, 49n10
Korean Christians and 457–66, 458f, 463f, 464f, 470–72
Marshallese voice and 192–96, 193f
mobile (see mobile music)
nature 335n7
popular xviii, xx, xxxvn8
private listening and 404–11
religion and 457–66, 458f, 463f, 464f, 470–72
televised 35–36, 42–43, 49n12, 49n13
“Three Men and the Elephant” and xx, xxxvn8
musical instruments. see also music; specific instrument
articulation and 147, 240, 251, 260–61, 267n35
culture and 263n5
describing sound of 237–38, 263n1
formants/formant frequencies and 240–41, 246–56, 259–61, 264n6, 265n13, 265n14, 267n31, 267n32
fundamental frequency and 246–60, 264n6, 265n13, 265n14, 265n16, 266n20, 266n27, 267n31
fusiform face area and 238–39, 262, 263n3
indigeneity and 263n5
noise and 241, 253–55, 264n11, 264n12
pareidolia 238, 262–63
prosody and 245–46
spectrographic analysis and 241–60, 242f, 243f, 248f–50f, 253f–54f, 257f, 258f, 265n14267n33
voiceness in 237–63, 263n5
Music Man, The 479
Muybridge, Eadweard 428
N
Namaste, Viviane K. 159n6
Namibia, Himba people of 285–86
Nancy, Jean–Luc xvii, 407–8
Napster 411
nasal voice 104–5, 108, 110–13, 117n23, 117n24, 118n30, 119n36, 119n40
Nash, Linda 209n10
Nashion, Chris 197, 199
National Broadcasting Company (NBC) 99
National Center for Voice and Speech xvii
National Debate Tournament (NDT) 215, 228
National Public Radio (NPR) 97–114
National Voice Foundation xvii
NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), debate on 225–30, 232n6, 232n7
Natyasastra 493
(p. 532) Naupliotis, Iakovos 348, 358
Nazi Germany 117n23
NBC (National Broadcasting Company) 99
NDT (National Debate Tournament) 215, 228
Neave, N. 279
negative space, site–specific opera and 309
negotiating voice xxxii
Broadway voice and (see Broadway voice)
Islam and (see Islam)
Korean Christians and (see Korean Christians)
in modern Turkey (see Turkey)
Neochoritis, Panagiotis 346
Nettl, Bruno xxxvn8
Nettl’s Elephant: On the History of Ethnomusicology (Nettl) xxxvn8
neurological issues. see also brain function
changes in voice and 60, 72
neutral voice 215–16, 227
New Atlantic, The (Bacon) 403
New Psalmist Baptist Church (Baltimore) 35–37, 42–44, 49n11
Newsom, Joanna 413
New Yorker 97
New York Post 475
New York Times 311n2, 485, 488
New York University 457, 478
Ngai, Sianne 112
Nicolosi, L. 154
Nietzsche, Friedrich 310
Nikolaides, Basileos 345, 348, 357
Nirvana 118n31
Nixon, Rob 208
Noble, Mattie Wilcox 458
Nocco, Adriana 476, 489n1
noise 31n1
musical instruments and 241, 253–55, 264n11, 264n12
transgender identity and 144, 146–47, 150–55, 157
nomadism, throat singing and 316, 320–23, 326–27, 331–32, 333t, 338n24, 339n27
nonhuman sound xviii
nonword vocal sounds xviii
North, Michael 102
North American Protestantism 457–72
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), debate on 225–30, 232n6, 232n7
Northwestern University 478
NPR (National Public Radio) 97–114
nuclear weapons, Marshallese voice and 191–92, 199, 202–8, 210n23210n26
Nuzum, Eric 97–98, 100, 102–3
O
Obama, Barack 173t, 175f, 180, 180t
object of voice xxxiii
obstruction of larynx 365–66, 374, 376, 389, 392, 392t, 393f, 394, 394t, 395f, 396f, 396t, 397, 398t, 399, 399f
Ochoa Gautier, Ana María xviii, 339n27, 459
O’Connor, J. J. 273, 275
O’Connor, J. J. M. 281, 290n12
Odetta 243f
Odyssey (Homer) 4–5, 311n1
Odyssey of the Voice, The (Abitbol) 81
“Oh, What a Beautiful Morning,” 482–83
Oklahoma! (Rodgers and Hammerstein) 479, 482
Oklahoma City University 478–79, 486
Olwage, Grant xviii
On Dialectic (Augustine) 6, 15n6
Oney, Tai 48n7
On Interpretation (Aristotle) 7, 15n9, 15n11, 15n12
Onion, The 117n24
Ono, Yoko xl, xxviii
On the Media (WNYC) 118n30
On the Orator (Cicero) 8–14, 15n14
On the Soul (Aristotle) 6, 15n8
ontology. see vocal ontology
“Ooh, Baby Baby,” 497
opera xvii
microphone technique and 304, 306, 311n2, 409
site–specific 301–11, 311n1, 311n3, 312n6312n9
oral history xxix, 191–92, 194
Orator’s Education, The (Quintilian) 9, 11, 14
oratory, in antiquity 8–12, 15n14
original voice, impersonation and 81–82, 87–92, 89f–91f
Osborne, C. L. 484
(p. 533) Ottoman Empire 348, 356, 360n17. see also Turkey
call to prayer and 442
modern Turkey and 443–46, 451
Oxford Handbook of Voice Perception, The xix
Özcan, Mustafa 448–49
Özgür Kocaeli Gazetesi 449, 453n12
P
Pacific Island culture 193–96, 209n6209n10. see also Marshallese voice; specific island
Paikopoulos, Demosthenes 348
Palamas, Gregory 356
palimpsest vocal tradition 352–59, 359n10, 360n12
pantomime 13–14
Papua New Guinea xvi
Parcher, Jeff 220
pareidolia 238, 262–63