April 19, 2006


  • Ok ! Here is something worth reading !!

    இதோ உருப்படியா ஒரு பதிவு !!




    Have you ever thought about your voice and its significance in daily living ?

    How do you rate yourself as a voice user?

    The Elite Vocal Performer, Level I, is a person for whom even a slight aberration of voice may have dire consequences. Most singers and actors are in this group; the opera singer is the quintessential level I performer.
    The Professional Voice User, Level II, is a person for whom a moderate vocal problem might prevent adequate job performance. This group includes most clergy, teachers, lecturers, receptionists, etc.
    The Non-Vocal Professional, Level III, is a person for whom a severe vocal problem would prevent adequate job performance. This group includes lawyers, physicians, businessmen, business women, etc.
    The Non-Vocal Non-Professional, Level IV, is a person for whom vocal quality is not a prerequisite for adequate job performance. This group includes clerks, laborers, and so forth. Although persons in this group may suffer very significant social liability from a voice disorder, they are not prevented from doing their work.

    (Reference :* )


    FYI : April 16th of every year is observed as WORLD VOICE DAY !
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    Scroll thru' the link : Take care of your VOICE !!

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    Seriously, our politicans (esp.Mr.Captain) would require voice rest..LOL !

5 comments:

Jeevan said...

nice information about World Voice Day. u have also started the day blog:)

Shuba said...

Hello...very first time i have heard the imporatnce of voice..I belong to level3 and only when throat gets infected..i know how it bugs ....Prevention is better than cure...HEALTH INFO SECN...WAS USEFUL.

Sundar Narayanan said...

tell me about it.. i am an engineer.. but two weeks ago i couldnt talk for three days.. couldnt work.. was just useless at work..

:)

Ananthoo said...

adaengappa! voicekku ivalo voicea?

Venky Krishnamoorthy said...

I did not know this. Thanks for the info.

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