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Excerpt from Lyric Diction for Singers, Actors, and Public Speakers: With a Preface by Madame Melba
Again, a vocal artist may have the most perfect diction in speaking and yet be unable to maintain verbal purity in singing without a sacrifice of tonal beauty. If the processes of articulation interfere with the adjustment of the resonators demanded for the singer's method of voice-production, the result is an inevitable interruption of the vibrations or movement of the sound waves, causing a loss of timbre or musical quality.
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