NATHALIE HENRCH : Physiologie de la voix chantée : vibrations laryngées et adaptations phono-résonantielles

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NATHALIE HENRCH : Physiologie de la voix chantée : vibrations laryngées et adaptations phono-résonantielles

in : “Entretiens de Médecine physique et de Réadaptation” Montpellier, France , 2012

http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/docs/00/68/06/92/PDF/Henrich_EMPM_2012_physiovoixchantee.pdf

Curriculum vitae of Nathalie Henrich, France

Nathalie HenrichNathalie Henrich (born 1974, PhD in Musical Acoustics from the University Paris 6, 2001) is a voice researcher of the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS, Department of Human and Social Sciences). She was educated as a researcher and teacher in Fundamental Physics. She specialized on human voice production in speech and singing. Her research projects deal with the physical and physiological characterization of various vocal techniques, such as Western lyrical singing, Sardinian Bassu singing, Bulgarian women’s singing, … She is also interested in vocal effort and vocal straining in speech and singing. She has worked on the development and improvement of non-invasive experimental techniques for human voice analysis, on perception and verbalisation of voice quality in singing, and on source-filter interaction in singing.

Dr. Nathalie Henrich is a member of the French Acoustical Society (SFA), the European Acoustical Society (EAA), the French Phoniatrics and Communication Disorders Society (SFP&PaCo), the French Ethnomusicology Society (SFE), the French Association of Spoken Communication (AFCP), the Collegium Medicorum Theatri (CoMeT). She is Associate Editor for Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology (Taylor & Francis group).

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