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"What vocal cords do I have?" 

This question should no longer exist for over a century: "Establishing which texture the voice of an individual belongs to, especially if it is young, due to the elasticity of the organ which allows strong stretches to reach very acute notes, and due to the incomplete evolution of both the larynx and the sound box, for which the voice is not yet characterized and the low notes have not yet developed, it is often very difficult, sometimes it is not possible at first ... As long as you are very young ... there is great elasticity of the tissues and efforts can be made that lead to the illusion of possessing natural high notes, but as soon as the organ becomes characterized as the years mature, it consolidates in accordance with its nature, it does not resist. "

C. Labus For the Orator and the Singer, p. 429, Hoepli 1912

Coro della Chiesa

If it is true that a structure has basic conditions that predispose "more or less" to a function, a complex gesture is affected by more and more factors, which can act as corrective or amplifying.

So we no longer discuss the size of a pianist's hands - but if anything the keyboards have adapted - or the structure of an athlete since Bolt "overturned" the classic idea of sprinter or Fosbury revolutionized the way of jumping high.


The voice of a Professional, artistic or otherwise, is not just his chords, but the whole Professional.

And that must be also evaluated and considered.

Professional voice assessment: videolaryngostroboscopy + oral videofibroscopy + videorhinolaryngostroboscopy + speech analysis (if needed with audiological tests) 

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