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TOGETHER WITH A
SYSTEM OF PRINCIPLES,
CRITICISM IN THE ART OF ELOCUTION
MAY BE RENDERED INTELLIGIBLE,
INSTRUCTION, DEFINITE AND COMPREHENSIVE.
TO WHICH IS ADDED
A BRIEF ANALYSIS
SONG AND RECITATIVE.
BY JAMES RUSH, M. D.
FOURTH EDITION, ENLARGED.
£ PHILADELPHIA :
LIPPINCOTT, GRAMBO, & CO.
Educ T 4118, 55
1874, April 28. Bequest of Ben Chas. Summer, of Boston. (76.2.1830.)
Entered, according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1855,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Eastern District of
CRISSY & MARKLEY, PRINTERS,
Of the General Divisions of Vocal Sound, with a
more particular account of its Pitch,
Of the Radical and Vanishing movement; and its
different form in Speech, Song, and Recitative,
Of the Elementary Sounds of the English Lan-
guage; with their relations to the Radical and
Of the Influence of the Radical and Vanish, in
the production of the various phenomena of
Of the Causative Mechanism of the Voice, in
relation to its different Qualities,
Of the Melody of Speech; with an inquiry
how far the terms Key and Modulation are
Of the Quality or Kind of Voice,
Of the Interval of the Rising Octave,
Of the Interval of the Rising Fifth,
Of the Interval of the Rising Third,
Of the Intonation of Interrogative Sentences,