Singing master

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a man who teaches vocal music.

See also: Singing

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A gleam of exultation shot across the darkly-painted lineaments of the inhabitant of the forest, as he traced the route of his intended victims, who rode unconsciously onward, the light and graceful forms of the females waving among the trees, in the curvatures of their path, followed at each bend by the manly figure of Heyward, until, finally, the shapeless person of the singing master was concealed behind the numberless trunks of trees, that rose, in dark lines, in the intermediate space.
In 1855 - following a farewell concert at the Lord Nelson Street Rooms to raise money for his trip - he left Liverpool to spend two years training with singing master Gaetano Nava in Milan, Italy.
The ChoirFest runs until Saturday at Dubai College, and visitors can participate in various workshops ranging from beat boxing lessons and perfecting the art of conducting, to mastering piano techniques and special singing master classes with The Prince Consort.
Not a lot is known about Bauldeweyn (circa 1480-1513), but he was a singing master at the prestigious St.
Jon will also give a singing master class at the church on September 8 from 2pm to 4pm.
Jude Legrice, 34, fell in love with Rebecca Norton's voice when they were both receiving a singing master class in Canterbury in 1999.
The teenage wonder kid is on course to meet hot Cuban favourite Mario Cesar Kindelan - and coach Terry Edwards has been using an old singing master to help Khan avenge his defeat in a pre-Olympics tournament.
But for a second or two in the centre of Birmingham I found myself singing Master of The House to the writers of the world's greatest musical, Les Miserables.
Love and lust also abandoned him when Mrs Thrale went off to Italy with the singing master who seduced her after her husband died.
For the singing master & the music educator & this presented a dilemma.
At the moment I am flying over a farm-checked stretch that my great-great-grandfather Daniel Theophilus, who had once been singing master to the children of Queen Victoria, traversed with his wife, his children and a nanny who was such a terrible cook that she made fried eggs taste like burnt feathers, in order to stake out a tree-claim.
Traveling with his Indian companions, Chingachgook and his son Uncas, in Upper New York, he befriends an English soldier, a Connecticut singing master, and their two female charges.