Publications of Dr. Martin Rothenberg:

The Control of Air Flow During Loud Soprano Singing

Martin Rothenberg, *Donald Miller, Richard Molitor, and *Delores Leffingwell

Department of Electrical Engineering, *Department of Music, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York


1. Schutte H. The efficiency of voice production. Gröningen. Netherlands: Kemper, 1980.

2. Rothenberg M. Cosi fan tutte and what it means or nonlinear source-tract acoustic interaction in the soprano voice and some implications for the definition of vocal efficiency. In: Sasaki C. Baer T, Harris K. eds. Vocal fold physiology: laryngeal function in phonation and respiration, San Diego. CA: College Hill Press. 1986;254-63.

3. Sundberg J. Formant technique in a professional soprano singer. Acustica 1975:32:89-96.

4. Rothenberg M. The breath-stream dynamics of simple-released-plosive production. Bibliolteca Phonelica. 6. Basel. Switzerland: S. Karger. 1968.

5. Rothenberg M. The glottal volume velocity waveform during loose and tight glottal adjustments. In: Rigault A. Charbonneau R. eds. Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, The Hague: Mouton. 1972: 380-8.



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