boy soprano


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boy soprano

A boy with an undeepened voice in the soprano range.
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The 'harvest' was quite bountiful, judging by the exquisite rendition of the participants, such as boy soprano Jose Augusto Bernas, who sang Beethoven's 'Ich Liebe Dich.
Boy soprano Gregor-Michael Hoffmann was astonishing as Yniold--in any production, always disturbing as Golaud's victim son/pawn/spy--here, a ruined, nail-biting mess who nevertheless sang with clear, carrying tone.
The 46-year-old admits it was a tough time when he had to stop singing as a boy soprano but Raintown gave him comfort.
At the age of 10 James won a boy soprano contest at the Stockton Hippodrome, and shortly afterwards ran away to join a travelling show visiting Darlington.
The last time I stood on that very spot in the cathedral was where I filmed a documentary about me as a boy soprano which won an Emmy award.
One Voice features the last recordings of Jones as a boy soprano, which were never released as his voice broke shortly afterwards.
He has an irritating change of pitch in his voice which in a breath can turn baritone to boy soprano.
A former boy soprano making his screen debut, Walsh-Peelo carries the film with aplomb, and there's enough sincere, oddball chemistry between him and Boynton to sustain the risky climactic dive into high-key romanticism.
I was playing a girl, as I was a boy soprano and had a ridiculous range when I was a kid - fortunately my range is still pretty good now - but that's when I was spotted by the Tyne Theatre Stage School and got my first real taste of the business.
Lambrecht and Hassler's presentation focused on the digital preservation of materials comprising Karlheinz Stockhausen's piece Gesang der Junglinge, specifically the development of a new method for synchronizing the tapes of electronic sounds and their matching recordings of the human voice; it was especially exciting to hear extracts of Stockhausen working with a boy soprano on mimicking the taped electronic sounds.
Curlew River was composed to be performed in a church by four male opera singers, a boy soprano, a seven-member instrumental ensemble, and a chorus of eight men," says Scott.
My first paid job was as a boy soprano in a church choir under a man by the name of George Blake.