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"Sound has a profound effect on the senses. It can be both heard and felt. It can even be seen with the mind's eye. It can almost be tasted and smelled. Sound can evoke responses of the five senses. Sound can paint a picture, produce a mood, trigger the senses to remember another time and place. From infancy we hear sound with our entire bodies. When I hear my own name, I have as much a sense of it entering my body through my back or my hand or my chest as through my ears. Sound speaks to the sensorium; the entire system of nerves that stimulates sensual response." --Louis ColaianniAbout the Author:
Louis Colaianni is an adjunct associate professor at The Actors Studio MFA program at Pace University. His work is widely used in theatre training. He is the author of The Joy Of Phonetics and Accents, Bringing Speech To Life (with Claudia Anderson), Shakespeare's Names: A New Pronouncing Dictionary, and How To Speak Shakespeare (with Cal Pritner). He gives workshops internationally and has taught at NYU, Columbia University, Syracuse University, Vassar College, Trinity Repertory Theatre and Conservatory, American Conservatory Theatre, Dartmouth College, University Of Missouri-Kansas City, where he was a tenured associate professor. He coached Will Ferrell as George W. Bush in You're Welcome America, and Bill Murray as Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the film Hyde Park On Hudson. He is very active as a coach in theatre and film.
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Book Description Drama Pub, 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0896761347