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by Rudolf Steiner

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0854403221, Hardcover)

In this collection of lectures, exercises, and articles, Steiner demonstrates how speech can be brought to life. Relevant to actors, teachers, therapists, and anybody interested in the development of speech, this book will be an invaluable friend and guide. The basis of Steiner's perspective is that the audible sound of speech is the end result of an inner process. In contrast to the belief that speaking is entirely a matter of correct placement in the mouth, Steiner advises speakers to concentrate on what takes place before the mechanical production of sound is made in the physical organism.

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