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THE VIBRATORY APPARATUS. 15
ment or control of the muscles that preside over the movements of the two ends of the vocal organs; these muscles can, by practice, be made subject to the dictates of the will. The actions of the voluntary vocal muscles so modify the actions of the involuntary, that if the voluntary muscles are well controlled, the involuntary act rightly; but if the voluntary are uncontrolled, the in voluntary are thrown out of gear.
This being the case, it will be advisable to pay greater attention to the two ends (breathing and articulation) than to the middle (the movement of the vocal cords).