Take a famous speech from a Shakespeare play.
Remove all the consonants and listen to the sounds of the vowels.
Remember that emotion is contained within the vowels.
Think of the noises we make at firework displays (oooooh and aaaaah).
Think of how we say the word ‘help’ when we’re clinging to the edge of the cliff (heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeellp!).
Think, in Macbeth, what Macduff says when he discovers Duncan’s corpse: “Horror. Horror. Horror.”
Think how an actor would perform these words.