The Possibilities of Sound and the Laws Governing Its Hygiene and Interpretation

Turgunpolat Sultonalievich Davlatov


Singers’ integrity, level and ability to perform until the end of their performance is due to a number of performance and physical conditions. This is called “uniform maintenance” in athletes and is a constant exercise and control.


Activity; Law; Music; Performance; Opportunity; Singer; Sound; Voice; Tradition; Medium; Music

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