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They are: Elizabeth Irwin, Georgetown University; Katherine Leggiero, George Mason University; and Melissa Skorka, University of Oxford.
From the bel canto repertoire, one might consider two lovely tenor leggiero arias: "Se il mio nome" (Count Almaviva) ([E.
14--Based on D major, D blues scale, with a cantabile and leggiero character.
Later in the program he sang another gut-buster, "E lucevan e stele" from Puccini's "Tosca," an aria from Puccini's "Manon Lescaut," and an encore from Verdi's "Il Trovatore," where he demonstrated his recent transition from a leggiero tenor to spinto tenor with a sizzling timbre and astonishing high notes (albeit a bit pushed and over-extended) to great audience acclaim.
Il suo stile e leggiero ed ironico, ma il tuono di sarcasmo e d'ironia mal si conviene alle materie gravi.
At the event, guests and the hotel's team members were serenaded with festive Christmas carols by the Philippine Madrigal Singers and the Leggiero Strings.
His powerful tenor leggiero vocal range is a key factor of the Florida band's sound, and he could rival the Bee Gees with his soaring falsetto.
Invece non vorrei confidarmi con il Carpi perche ha due anni meno di me ed e d'animo troppo leggiero.
Quest'e colui the leggiero, in altrui non rivolgera l'amore.
For a detailed discussion of the issues in this area, see "The WOTC Expanded," by Heather Leggiero, CPA, J.
377: subrayado: <<Fu ancora constante & stabile, non leggiero o uoluuile, talmente che io andai alcuna uolta dubitando di quel detto di Catone, che usaua dire, che gli dispieceuano quei giouanetti, che troppo auanti il tempo riusciuano sauij.