This vowel was matched by the listeners at both the lower and higher pitch for the singers vocalizing
on 4, 5, or 6 vowels almost twice as often as those singers who vocalize on all 11 vowels (approximately 60% versus 30%, respectively)--a curious finding.
that precedes babbling may even contain rudimentary types of syllables, according to psychologist Kathleen Bloom of the University of Waterloo in Ontario.
The song finds Black vocalizing
in a near whisper over a jangly guitar and a depressed beat - proof that his head-banger days still linger.
The choreographer is a long-time fan of the polyphonic vocalizing
of the Aka clan of the Mbuti (commonly known as Pygmy) to which Nzamba Lela belongs.
Babies may develop parsing mechanisms for vocalizing
that later get modified for language use.
Other highlights included ``Sky Blue,'' featuring vocalizing
from opening act the Blind Boys of Alabama; a further Africanized take on ``In Your Eyes,'' featuring the other opening act, Tanzanian musicians Hukwe and Charles Zawose; and energetic versions of ``Shock the Monkey,'' ``Digging in the Dirt'' and ``Animal Planet,'' from the upcoming film ``The Wild Thornberrys.
Joao's extraordinary expressive range reached from guttural croaks to coloratura trilling, with scatting and vocalizing
Thus, when groups take turns in vocalizing
, they are doing more than announcing their location.
Bradley's songs are a little eccentric - half the time you're not quite sure what he's singing about, and there are moments when his tobacco-chaw vocalizing
gives his words an extra dimension of mystery - but they stir something deep just the same.
In Ram the dancers rhythmic vocalizing
propels them to crisscross the stage.
This is, indeed, ``quiet'' stuff, wordless waves of vocalizing
laid over spare Western and Indian instrumentation, hypnotic in an understated way, but without the driving bliss-trance sounds of more traditional South Asian artists.
But the movement that had seemed a breakthrough in Drawn That Way here became repetitive, despite the eclecticism of throat vocalizing
by Tibetan monks, the Beastie Boys, droning by Sheila Chandra, and jazz interludes.