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    Voice of America Radio: Voice of America, otherwise known as the “voice”, is a government funded news source that provides radio, television, and internet broadcasts around the world. The Voice has successfully created dialogue and promoted liberty abroad since its beginning in the 1940s. It is important to understand the history of Voice of America in order to completely understand its impact. Voice of America was established in 1942 as a radio station that explained America’s policies during World War 2. The “voice” then continued into the Cold War, attempting to halt the spread of communism. During this time period two other similar stations emerged as well, they were Radio Liberty and Radio Free Europe. Both stations had similar…

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    Voice of Democracy The United States of America is arguably one of the most influential and glorified countries in the world. The dark and despairing pasted we have been through cannot stop this nation from being great. From the malicious wars to harrowing terrorist attacks and even domestic terrorism. America has prevailed through it all in one piece showing we are all stronger united rather than divided. America has had a rocky start from the get-go. In the late 1700s we started our…

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    In every commercial you see about America, what do you see? You see farmers working in their fields, you see doctors tending to young children with their mothers smiling in the background, you see large cities with buildings so high they pierce the clouds, you see people dancing in the streets, children sitting at desks learning from large projectors, you see scientists working with the latest technology, you see the perfect ideals. However, America is not just given, it is made. This ideal is…

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    connect to Stephen King on a deeper level, and I have his writing to thank for this. How characters interact through dialogue reveals a lot about them, although they may not know it themselves. On page 86, King recalls the time the paperback rights to Carrie were bought. He received a large sum of money, which was more than enough to provide for his family. On this page, he uses dialogue to grab the reader's attention and voice his emotions. His use of dialogue is very effective here because…

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    American Voice American Voice is characterized by the theme of brave and how they take on one of the greatest armies in the world. And they’re strong because they won the war against the British. And hard workers because they build the United State Of America. The American voice is characterized by the theme of Brave. This is demonstrated in Patrick Henry, speech “Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death”.This ideas is also found in “which our enemy can send against us”. This support the…

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    I Hear America Singing

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    American voice is characterized by themes of equal, hardworking, and confident. These characteristics can be found in the short poems "I hear America singing, and I, Too, sing America". These short poems describe how Americans represent themselves. Also, how other countries around the world look at Americans. The American voice is characterized by the theme of equality. This is demonstrated in the short poem, "I hear America singing" Whitman states "I hear America singing, the varied…

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    A Closer Look at Spasmodic Dysphonia Approximately 7.5 million Americans suffer from a voice disorder (NIDCD). Voice disorders are speech disorders characterized by irregular pitch, loudness, duration, and vocal quality that are inappropriate for an individual’s age or gender (ASHA-Def of communication disorders and variations). Voice disorders are broken into three categories: functional, organic, or both. Organic voice disorders are broken down even further into structural and…

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    The voices we use every day may not seem to be of importance when thinking about an individual’s identity, however the human voice is something worth paying attention to. Some people have different voices that they use for different environments, while others have one main voice they use to communicate with people in their surroundings. In “Speaking in Tongues”, Zadie Smith explains the up and downsides of speaking with more than one voice, as it can either provide flexibility for things in life…

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    Treble Choir

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    This second group of all girls performed two pieces, Alouette and Song of America. The first piece, Alouette, was one I recognized and one that was sang entirely in French. At first, I found it impressive that the choir was singing in French. But when thinking about it, it’s not that hard to sing a foreign language than it is to speak in it. When speaking in any language, you have think about what you’re actually saying before you say it. However, when you sing in another language, you just…

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    Anatomicals Of Singing

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    Vocal exercises and management of breath are requisite to sustain the center-of-the-note (Miller, 1996). Further to protecting the health of the speaking and singing voice, singers learn how to support and manage their breath by adjusting the sternum and rib cage. Miller explains that the support of breath begins by breathing deeply to raise the sternum and rib cage to its fullest and highest position. Then, holding the posture for the duration of a song while inhaling air and exhaling a melody…

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