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Practise gliding in the form of inflection, or slide, from one extreme of pitch to another.
EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
What the ear hears is the fundamental pitch only; the overtones harmonize with the primary or fundamental tone, and enrich it.
EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
It will be remembered that pitch depends upon the rapidity of the sound waves or vibrations.
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They are so rich in harmony, so weird, so wild, that when you hear them you are like a sea-weed cast upon the bosom of the ocean.
MUSIC-STUDY IN GERMANYAMY FAY
The medium pitch expresses warmth, emotion, and the heart qualities.
EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
The high pitch represents mentality, the esthetic phases of beauty, and much brilliancy.
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Pitch corresponds to the range of the voice, and expresses affection or attraction.
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The white men served their smoking cannon with a wild energy that, for a time, made the gallant nine equal to a thousand.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
A cricket-match was in progress, but the bowling and batting were extremely wild, thanks to The Warren strong beer.
THE PIT TOWN CORONET, VOLUME I (OF 3)CHARLES JAMES WILLS
People are busy ballooning or driving; shooting like stars along railroads; or migrating like swallows or wild-geese.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS

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