The physical attributes of a tenor and soprano

Very important (Quiz!)
I’ve figured out the physical attributes of a tenor and soprano, in terms of movement and structure.
The physical aspects are the moving structural components of the larynx, and breathing.
Listed below is a description of the attributed movements and functions of the larynx.

larynx anatomy

◆A tenor is classified as having, 0 to 10% (Q1) mixed with a (Q2). The soprano’s (Q2) changes to 90% from 10%, to mix with a (Q1).
Fill in the blanks, and figure out what (Q1) and (Q2) stand for, The answer is the bottom of this page.

The performances mentioned are measured and defined by the following multiplications.
(1)The operating capacity of the cricothyroid muscle.
(2)The free hardness variation of the vocal cord muscles.
(3)The phase of vibrational patterns in the vocal cord muscles and the mucosa of the vocal cords.
(4)The kinematic performance of the arytenoid cartilage.
I mean, (1) x (2) x (3) x (4)
Especially, (1)&(2) are of great importance for a tenor, whereas (3)&(4) are important for a soprano.
When I had spoken with the producer of an opera, he explained that he was disappointed and stated that, “Many singers who have the natural ability to display a good performance ‘physically’, overlook the importance of singing techniques, and are able to use only their physical abilities to impress the targeted audience. Unfortunately, a lot of Japanese singers just don’t possess that quality. That is why they are not as good, when compared to international singers.
Mostly all Japanese singers rely solely only on their singing techniques and the vocal sounds they produce, making it nearly impossible to hold, captivate and impress the listening audience with their singing.
It’s really a shame…”

The opera singer

★Point★
If you do not have good physical abilities you cannot get better or change your voice, which makes it difficult to impress your audience and show major improvement.

oʇʇǝslɐɟ:ᄅΌ ǝɔıoʌ lɐɹnʇɐu:⇂Ό

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