There are 11 names in this directory beginning with the letter L.
The structure at the top of your trachea (windpipe) made up of cartilages, ligaments and muscles. Inside, attached from front to back are your vocal cords. Outside of the larynx sits your thyroid gland. Certain muscles of your larynx affect the tension of your vocal cords as they work with air from your lungs in producing vocal sound.
The seventh note of a scale where there is a strong desire to resolve on the tonic (the first note of the scale).
Word to indicate that the movement or entire composition is to be sung or played smoothly as though all the notes were tied together.
This is a very short solo that is performed to a complicated and fast melody during a little break in the song. During the battle rounds, it was basically when one singer would break off from the song and do a proper fancy technical bit and then return to the normal song.
One who designs and coordinates the light changes that help create a show’s overall effect. Much of this is now computerized.