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labiodental

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  • Portable Jesus - Voiceless Labiodental Fricative "Music Video" for Voiceless Labiodental Fricative, a track from Portable Jesus' latest album "Who Is Portable Jesus??" The music is set to a scene from Nosferatu, the 1922 silent vampire film by FW Murnau which is under the public domain.
  • "I'm learning your speak clearly online lessons now. I have a question." Michael Buckhoff, founder and materials writer for the Speak Clearly Subscription Service for Non-native speakers of American English, answers a question from one of his paying subscribers: "hi michael, i'm learning your speak clearly online lesson now. i have a question, do pupils or the little children learn phonics in kindergarten or primary school? how do they learn that? Do teachers all teach them in the same way as /f/, then give them some examples, and tell them it's a labiodental, fricative, and voiceless sound? do you have any books recommended how the teachers here teach children phonics? thank you very much." Here is a link to "Hooked on Phonics," which you saw in the video:
  • Vivian Stanshall Sean Head Showband - Labio-Dental Fricative
  • Erwartung und Traumverlust (2009), 6 of 6, by Martin Hiendl Erwartung und Traumverlust (2009) Movements 6 of 6 by Martin Hiendl Leslie Ann Leytham, mezzo-soprano Erwartung und Traumverlust is part an opera, which Im writing as part of a project with the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts and which will be premiered in October 2010. For this project, four short operas which are all based upon the same novel by Ryunosuke Akutagawa (Kesa and Morito) are being played in one evening. The novel is a ruthless psychological story about the fatalistic relationship between Kesa and Morito, which can- not live out their love, leading them to perversity and extreme violation and humiliation. This piece is the core of the second and third scene, around which small instru- mental combinations will be placed in different tempos and spread out in space. It is also the core of the theatrical development, where the violation occurs. No text is being used. Rather, vowels and consonants are organized by the tra- jectory from sounds from the front of the mouth (the lips) to sounds from the far back of the mouth (the glottis). Still there is a text underlying each one of the six movements: fragments of the last poem of the Canti by the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi (1798-1837). It is not used as a structural aid or as material for the sounds, but rather as a musical space, into which I composed each movement. - Martin Hiendl 1. Bocca chiusa Quale in notte solinga, Làve zefiro aleggia 2. Bilabial Infra londe tranquille 3. Labiodental E ...
  • Erwartung und Traumverlust (2009), 1-5 of 6, by Martin Hiendl Erwartung und Traumverlust (2009) Movements 1-5 of 6 by Martin Hiendl Leslie Ann Leytham, mezzo-soprano Erwartung und Traumverlust is part an opera, which Im writing as part of a project with the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts and which will be premiered in October 2010. For this project, four short operas which are all based upon the same novel by Ryunosuke Akutagawa (Kesa and Morito) are being played in one evening. The novel is a ruthless psychological story about the fatalistic relationship between Kesa and Morito, which can- not live out their love, leading them to perversity and extreme violation and humiliation. This piece is the core of the second and third scene, around which small instru- mental combinations will be placed in different tempos and spread out in space. It is also the core of the theatrical development, where the violation occurs. No text is being used. Rather, vowels and consonants are organized by the tra- jectory from sounds from the front of the mouth (the lips) to sounds from the far back of the mouth (the glottis). Still there is a text underlying each one of the six movements: fragments of the last poem of the Canti by the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi (1798-1837). It is not used as a structural aid or as material for the sounds, but rather as a musical space, into which I composed each movement. - Martin Hiendl 1. Bocca chiusa Quale in notte solinga, Làve zefiro aleggia 2. Bilabial Infra londe tranquille 3. Labiodental E ...
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