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The Structure And Use Of The Vocal Organs, And The Means Of Securing Distinct Articulation.

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THE ARTICULATORY APPARATUS.                         29
vibrating air (it is much the same as directing the voice
Fig. 16.—The Organs of Articulation and their Muscles.
The Mouth, showing CH, the Muscles of the Cheek; O, the Orbicular Muscle of
the Lips. The Tongue and its Muscles, GHG, Genio-Hyo-Glossus; GH, Genio-Hyoid. The 1'harynx and its three Constrictors, SC, MC, 10, Superior, Middle, and
Inferior. The Nose'&nd its three Turbinated Bones, 1TB, 2TB, 3TB. UJ, Upper Jaw ; LJ, Lower Jaw ; P, Palate, prolonged into uvula at back, at side
into front pillar of throat; NR, Nasal Roof; F, Cavity in skull over eyes;
0, Cavity in bones at back of nose ; H, Hyoid Bone (tongue bone); E, Epiglottia;
VC, Vocal Cords ; C, Cricoid Cartilage ; W, Windpipe ; G, Gullet.
upon curtains when speaking or singing: the curtains absorb the vibrations rather than add to them). By this