Ilaria Orefice

Ilaria Orefice

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Introduction
Ilaria Orefice currently works on research of Teaching Methods and Didactics of overtone singing techniques. Their current project is 'Dynamic fast Imaging Employing steady state acquisition magnetic resonance of the vocal tract in one Overtone male singer'.

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Introduction. The rapid technological evolution in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) has recently offered a great opportunity for the analysis of voice production. Objectives. This article is aimed to describe main physiological principles at the base of voice production (in particular of vocal tract), and an overview about literature on MRI of the...
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Aims To demonstrate physiological changing of vocal tract's structures during overtone singing with commercial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) Fast Imaging Employing Steady State Acquisition (FIESTA) dynamic sequence. Methods and Materials A 1.5 T MRI with a 16 channel head-and-neck coil and a FIESTA sequence were used. A temporal resolution of 0...
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Short Summary We perform dynamic MRI on overtone singer to demonstrate physiological changing of vocal tract’ structures and, for extension, to demonstrate the feasibility of MR imaging to study normal articulation of speech and singing Purpose / Objectives To demonstrate physiological changing of vocal tract’ structures during overtone singing (1)...

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