Then some deep-water sailor, from the waist of the ship, lifted a rich tenor voice
in the "Song of the Trade Wind":
He seemed to be a strolling minstrel, for he bore a harp in his hand, which he thrummed, while his lusty tenor voice
rang out with--
Yet, though looked at with some curiosity and reserve by his more cultivated neighbours, he soon acquired a great popularity among the villagers, subscribing handsomely to all local objects, and attending their smoking concerts and other functions, where, having a remarkably rich tenor voice
, he was always ready to oblige with an excellent song.
Cavalcanti has a fine tenor voice
," said he, "and Mademoiselle Eugenie a splendid soprano, and then she plays the piano like Thalberg.
Irwine was speaking, the sound of a booted step and the clink of a spur were heard on the stone floor of the entrance- hall, and Joshua Rann moved hastily aside from the doorway to make room for some one who paused there, and said, in a ringing tenor voice
And thus--in one of the finest tenor voices
I ever heard--my poet sang of me:
It was a solid tenor voice
that was warm as it was hugely appealing.
Mr Roberts said his friend had a fine tenor voice
and had been a member of many choirs, parties and groups.
Although the term "falsetto" has been used at certain points in music history in reference to the tenor voice
, Ravens uses it in its strict physiologic description; thus, the term "falsettist" describes singers who use falsetto to the exclusion of the modal voice.
Jeff has a magnificent tenor voice
and has had the honor of being a guest on several television programs.
His smooth tenor voice
was immediately joined by many voices from the audience.
Known for his deeply personal songs, alto-high tenor voice
and unique guitar play, the singer is described as "one of rock and roll's greatest songwriters and performers .