One means for discovering this is to have the student phonate
on a middle voice pitch on a /z/, /n/, or a raspberry with the hands placed lightly on the cheeks.
Hold the breath with puffy cheeks; and then, allowing only a tiny air stream to escape the lips, phonate
loudly on a low pitch.
If it requires the larynx to phonate
, we should teach it.
The singer can actually phonate
on these sounds, but the duration of the small note will be comparatively shorter than the duration of the main note.
* There is no significant decrease in quality of life during the early post-op period since the patient breathes primarily through the upper airway and phonates
(iv) General Procedures to Synthesize O,S-Dialkyl Alkylphos phonates
Drugs include bisphos- phonates
, calcitonin, estrogens, parathyroid hormone, and selective estrogen receptor modulators 9 Applicable E/M codes: 99201-99205, 99212-99215, 99387, 99397, 99401-99404 * CPT II codes: 3096F, 3095F, or 4005F * Allowed modifiers: 1P, 2P, 3P, 8P #41 * Documentation that the patient was Osteoporosis: prescribed pharmacologic therapy Pharmacotherapy within 12 months.
 Depth at this point is measured by pushing the vocal process (with a microelevator or with a special measuring instrument) while the patient phonates
. This depth is modified until the optimal vocal result is obtained.
In the brief "Empty Page," the second song, the soprano soars above a translucent, "floating, airy" piano, while the baritone whispers and phonates
in a "slightly pitched falsetto." LeBaron calls for a meterless, free piano part in the beginning of the third "Song," where the baritone sings the text and the soprano comments with a wordless "Ah" at the beginning and ending.