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The Value of Vocal Warm-up and Cool-down Exercises: Questions and Controversies

by Rima A. DeFatta, Robert T. Sataloff
posted 4 years ago
DeFatta and Sataloff explore the scientific studies that have focused on this fundamental component of voice study. While they note that "no consensus can be reached based on available scientific evidence, they suggest that "the continued use of warm-up and cool-down exercises" seems appropriate and prudent.
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