A Special Lesson On Stammering, Stuttering, ETC.
This lesson has been written especially for the stammered and for all defective voices, but the singer and speaker should study this lesson as closely as the stammered, especially the part which treats of the vowels and consonants.
Much poor speaking and singing is due to indistinct, slovenly and careless articulation of words and syllables. Correct articulation will allow a free flow of sound and, hence, beatify the voice. Slovenly articulation will hold the muscles either too stiff or too loose.
Careful study of this lesson will demonstrate that the voice is one thing; articulation another. The two will assist each other if the muscles are left in a free, flexible state.