The Mechanism of the Human Voice
by Emil Behnke
Publisher: J. Curwen & Sons
The author placed before the reader in a simple and comprehensive form the Physiology of the Human Voice. He discarded all scientific terms, and treated the subject in so simple and direct a manner as really to enlighten the readers instead of bewildering them.
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