音楽療法士を対象とした発声訓練プログラム : 開発に向けた予備的研究  [in Japanese] Development of a Vocal Training Program for Music Therapists : Preliminary Study  [in Japanese]

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適切なボーカル・スキルによる歌声と話声は,音楽療法士にとって重要な臨床上のツールである.筆者らは音楽療法,音楽学,音声学,音響工学,音声言語病理学,声楽教育学の視点を取り入れた音楽療法士のための発声訓練プログラムを考案し,声のかすれ等を訴える2名を対象に予備的な研究を実施した.プログラムでは,身体のウォーム・アップ,ボーカル・ウォーム・アップ,声の衛生指導からなる2回のワークショップと,1週間の自宅学習が行われた.その結果,MPT(Maximum Phonation Time,最長発声持続時間)の延長,声域の拡大,話声における声質の改善が見られた.歌声においては,ビブラ―トの速さ・振幅の安定が見られたが,LTAS(Long Term Average Spectrum,長時間平均スペクトル)に大きな変化は見られなかった.今後は訓練効果を確認するためにも,喉頭所見を含むさらなる検討が必要となろう.

Appropriate vocal skills for singing and speaking are important as a therapeutic tool for music therapists. We developed a preliminary voice training program for music therapists with perspectives including music therapy, musicology, phonetics, acoustics, speech-language pathology, and vocal pedagogy. Two music therapists agreed to participate in the study. The one-week program consisted of an introductory vocal workshop, including physical warm-ups, vocal warm-ups, and vocal hygiene. This was followed by a one-week homework training, and subsequently by a final workshop. As the results, extension of MPT (maximum phonation time) and expansion of vocal range were observed. Improvement of vocal qualities was identified in speaking voices; in singing voices, emergence and stability of vibrato were observed but there were no significant changes in the LTAS (long-term average spectrum). In future studies, laryngeal inspections will be necessary to confirm the effects of this preliminary voice training program.

Journal

  • The Japan Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics

    The Japan Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics 54(3), 186-196, 2013-07-20

    The Japan Society of Logopedics and Phoniatrics

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    10031189230
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00034826
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    ART
  • ISSN
    00302813
  • Data Source
    CJP  J-STAGE 
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