GlidesFor speaking, not flying.
Quiz on MondayNovember 21, 2011
Glides: Defined• A glide is a consonant whose sound is characterized by a  movement of the articulators from one position ...
[r] [ r ]• [r] Voiced – Palatal – Glide• [ r ] voiced – aveolar glideThese are the consonant sounds of “r” in English, the...
Bright is the ring of words . . .
[j]•   Three names: VOICED – PALATAL – GLIDE•   Sound in Context: young, beyond•   Spellings: alleluia, hallelujah, use, y...
See 1:00
Which old witch[???]     [????]
[w]• VOICED – BILABIAL – GLIDE• Sound in context: one, won• Practice Phrases:1. Whether the weather be fire2. Blow, blow, ...
[hw]• NOISY – BILABIAL – GLIDE• Sound in context: which, awhile• Practice phrases:1. A savior, which is Christ the Lord2. ...
I wonder as I wander• Vanessa: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RbX6jW5YSk• Alfie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2k2_Covi...
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Glides in English Diction

  1. 1. GlidesFor speaking, not flying.
  2. 2. Quiz on MondayNovember 21, 2011
  3. 3. Glides: Defined• A glide is a consonant whose sound is characterized by a movement of the articulators from one position to another. Glides are sometimes referred to as semi-vowels or semi consonants.
  4. 4. [r] [ r ]• [r] Voiced – Palatal – Glide• [ r ] voiced – aveolar glideThese are the consonant sounds of “r” in English, the“American” or “touched” [r] and the British or “flipped” [r]. Thechoice between these is a matter of textual and musical styles aswell as one of personal taste. The “rolled r” is not appropriatein singing English except for dramatic or comic effect.SPELLINGS: rod1. The crooked straight and the rough places plain2. Angels from the realms of glory3. Bright is the ring of words when the right man rings them.
  5. 5. Bright is the ring of words . . .
  6. 6. [j]• Three names: VOICED – PALATAL – GLIDE• Sound in Context: young, beyond• Spellings: alleluia, hallelujah, use, yes• Practice Phrases:1. Comfort ye, comfort ye my people, saith your God.2. If with all your hearts ye truly seek me.3. Rejoice, ye pure in heart.New = [nju]Endure = [ɛndju3]Your = [jʊ3]
  7. 7. See 1:00
  8. 8. Which old witch[???] [????]
  9. 9. [w]• VOICED – BILABIAL – GLIDE• Sound in context: one, won• Practice Phrases:1. Whether the weather be fire2. Blow, blow, thou winter wind3. I wonder as I wander
  10. 10. [hw]• NOISY – BILABIAL – GLIDE• Sound in context: which, awhile• Practice phrases:1. A savior, which is Christ the Lord2. Music for awhile3. Which old witch, the wicked witch.
  11. 11. I wonder as I wander• Vanessa: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RbX6jW5YSk• Alfie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2k2_CovikU• Jimmy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wAeUiypakM

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