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Exploring the Estill Voice Model

by Brian Manternach



Book Review and more of The Estill Voice Model:Theory & Translation
In the world of vocal pedagogy, Jo Estill is a prominent name. Frequently quoted in voice journals, at academic conferences, and among shop-talking colleagues, Estill was an early pioneer in bringing voice science to the voice studio—work she continued in her retirement until her death in 2010. Collaborating with researchers in medicine, voice, and speech science, she began with one primary question about singing: How am I doing this? The groundwork for answering that question is laid out in a new book, The Estill Voice Model: Theory & Translation.

Co-authors Kimberly Steinhauer and Mary McDonald Klimek are founding partners of Estill Voice International, for which they serve as president and vice-president, respectively. In these roles, they have traveled across the world teaching the Estill Voice Model, promoting its benefits to professional and avocational singers, and certifying voice teachers in Estill Voice Training.

While they say the new book will not teach read...
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