Voice It is a word that comes from Latin vox and that allows naming the sound that occurs with the vibration of the vocal cords through the air that is expelled through the lungs and out through the larynx. The term is also used to mention the power, doorbell and other properties of that sound.
He sounding apparatus of the human being , which allows the generation of the voice, is formed by the organs that we use to breathe (the trachea, bronchi and lungs), those destined for phonation (the larynx, pharynx, vocal cords) and those we use to the joint (the language , lips, palate, teeth).
The notion of voice can refer to the sound that certain lifeless things produce (such as wind ), to the expression or speech on, to the word or term and to the singer, which is expressed in a musical way. For example: “I like climbing mountains to hear the voice of the wind”, "Sir, I will have to ask you to lower your voice or I will be forced to call security personnel", “Limay is a Quechua voice that means rumorous”, "Freddy Mercury was Queen's lead voice".
Other uses of the concept refer to the strength that get certain questions from the coincidence of opinions and the power to do something on behalf of another person : “The government has heard the voice of the neighbors and will take note of the message from the polls”, "I bring with me the voice of the martyrs of my people".
The singers of Opera, who spend years preparing for their debut and continue studying and improving until the end of their careers, assume the difficult mission of dominate the voice, an instrument that has the peculiarity of always getting along with one, but also of being alive (in every sense of the concept) and, perhaps its most peculiar aspect, of not being able to see or touch each other.
This turns the singing lessons into real challenges, which can only be overcome by those who are capable of abstracting and correctly interpreting the advice of their teachers, generally adorned with absurd comparisons; for example: "to attack that note, you must imagine that you slide down a snowy mountain and that you swing your body backwards so you don't fall forward. "
The variety of "practical" examples used in the teaching of singing to try to convey the technical knowledge It is very broad and, as expected, very often they generate more confusion than understanding. However, it is necessary to underline the difficulty of this task, since the professional singer relies on a series of sensations that he considers correct, and looks for them in each execution to make sure to produce a pleasant and tuned sound, with the degree of intensity that the music requires at all times and with enough flexibility to adequately express a particular piece.
Despite the dedication of many singers, who sometimes begin to study in their teens and who reject the leisure associated with their age in pursuit of a professional future, they are rarely called "musicians"; A normal comment speaks of "the singer and the musicians." Even more strange is that the voice is considered an instrument. In the first case, those responsible are probably the divas and divas, especially those stars of the last century, who put luxurious suits and dresses (more hairstyles and accessories) before the art They should represent.
The grammatical voice Finally, it is the morphosyntactic category that is linked to the verb and which indicates the semantic nexus that exists between the object, the subject and the verb.