As you see I've added a new partner to the law firm. I'm repeating my reply from an earlier Thread for gauranteed attention. In reference to vowles and syllables. I feel compelled to push the question further for my better understanding. Do the law partners and others indicate that vowels and syllables are formed or said in the mouth cavity when executing a note on the horn? If so, does each syllable/vowel match a specific note, or, is it more intuitive like "scat" singing?