yodeller


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Noun1.yodeller - a singer who changes register rapidly (popular is Swiss folk songs)yodeller - a singer who changes register rapidly (popular is Swiss folk songs)
singer, vocalist, vocalizer, vocaliser - a person who sings
Translations
مُغَنِّي يُغَيِّر في نَبَرات الصَّوْت
jódler-ka
jodlen
jódlizó
jóîlari
jódler
yodel şarkıcısı

yodeller

, (US) yodeler
nJodler(in) m(f)

yodel

(ˈjəudl) past tense, past participle ˈyodelled , (American) ˈyodeled verb
to sing (a melody etc), changing frequently from a normal to a very high-pitched voice and back again.
ˈyodeller noun
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In addition, Lissie, an internationally acclaimed female yodeller, is slated to join the festive event.
Rolling Stone From Texas - written by an old country yodeller called Don Walser.
London, Sept 7 ( ANI ): Nicole Scherzinger was left "all hot and bothered" by the performance of yodeller on X Factor.
COUNTRY singer Slim Whitman, the high-pitched yodeller who sold millions of records through TV ads in the 1980s and 1990s and whose song saved the world in the film comedy Mars Attacks
A WELL-KNOWN yodeller and musician died as a result of asbestosis, an inquest heard.
30pm, the search for gifted performers continues, with an extreme juggler, a contortionist archer, a young yodeller and a balloon act attempting to earn the judges' praise.
He did get the roundtrip air travel, lodging and meals, but his skis were short, the German house party poorly attended, the "miserable little dry nutcakes" were hockey puck hard, his ski boots ill-fitting, and the yodeller was locally authentic, but not inspiring.
She's still an accomplished yodeller but for some reason is reluctant to give a live demonstration in the middle of the Customs House cafe.
By the time the signal had made its way from TEAMtalk's aerial in Dublin to Docklands, the presenter sounded like a yodeller with laryngitis trapped inside a wind tunnel.
It's often a bass or tenor drone, topped with the work of a cantor, a mosque's muezzin or a yodeller or someone who manages a vocal scream or whistle.
This week, the little Dublin yodeller was listening as bandmate The Edge formally announced the worst kept secret in showbusiness - that U2 were to headline Glastonbury.
One man said although he hadn't got a whistle, he was, in fact, a good yodeller.