Sound and Silence

Beethoven’s Freedom from Audible Sound Recently, I came across a fascinating article about Beethoven’s most productive years. You guessed it, when he was deaf! The author approached the story with an entirely different take on his disability. Instead of painting the tragic image of a musically crippled genius, he described a Beethoven who wasn’t bound […]

The Perfect Voice

Our Secret Weapon Have you ever seen a video of the human vocal apparatus? It looks like an oyster that flops up and down, around and over, divided by an opening with the vocal cords on each side. The vocal muscle opens and closes the cords to let the air in and out. It’s the […]
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