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What do organists have to do with voice disorders? I can think of at least a couple of important things – my wife, Tandy, is a professional organist with degrees from the University of Kansas and Eastman School of Music. She will be attending the conference in Kansas City.


Also most organists work with or are singers themselves. They understand that when performing on the “King of Instruments” the pipes need to be appropriately voiced and tuned, the pistons should all work, and all ciphers should be fixed! The human voice is truly another king of instruments. Nearly all of us use our voices everyday through sickness, allergies, and even sporting events. We expect for our voices to serve us well weather just speaking with friends or singing a solo. The video below is a 20 minute video on how to cae for your voice.



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