mixed voices

mixed voices

- Voices of both males and females united in the same performance.
See also related terms for males.
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Led by the North Wales Rugby Choir, whose officials were heavily involved in organising several commemorative events in Flanders, the 40-strong mixed voices choir, under the direction of Geraint Roberts and their accomanist Angela Roberts, displayed their versatility to the delight of the audience formed as much of locals as visitors from Wales.
To mark the milestone one of the events is a visit from the Sborissimo choir, made up of 20 mixed voices and a small band, members of which will be hosted by Caerphilly Community Chorus for an action-packed schedule.
A chamber choir of around 20 mixed voices, drawn mainly from Newcastle and Northumberland, maintained a sweetness and clarity of tone which felt particularly appropriate for a concert of these sorts.
The second half of the program features non-mainstream Christmas music for mixed voices accompanied by piano, guitar, drums and saxophone.
A Glee Club is a musical group or choir, historically of male voices but also of female or mixed voices, which traditionally specialises in the singing of short songs - glees - by trios or quartets.
The choir's Christmas Concert on Saturday, December 18, features brass, youth and mixed voices and gives the audience chance to join in with many of our popular carols.
With 140 mixed voices from the Tabernacle Augmented Choir and a selection from the Glamorgan Youth Orchestra also on the November, 1960 bill, the venue was packed and the concert was repeated the following evening.
The groups of singers have been attending the annual conference of the National Association of Choirs and tomorrow's concert at Newcastle City Hall, starting at 7pm, features female and male voice choirs as well as ensembles for mixed voices.
A conductor's analysis of Edward MacDowell's original choral music for mixed voices and women's voices, and editions for men's voices.
Program highlights include swinging spirituals arranged by popular contemporary John Rutter, George Frederic Handel's ``Zadok the Priest (Coronation Anthem),'' the English folk song, ``Scarborough Fair,'' the rollicking fun of ``Cindy'' (an American hoe-down traditional), a medley from the smash hit musical ``Les Miserables'', a chorale ensemble's jazz rendition of the Beatles' ``Michelle,'' and the poetry and harmonies of ``When Morning Breaks,'' Petker's original composition for mixed voices a capella.
The mixed voices of Clare College Choir are a little over- and under-robust for the Byrd and Rachmaninov respectively, but elsewhere their versatility is admirable.
Throughout the afternoon, the 60-strong Cardiff Blues Choir will bring mixed voices to the stage, followed by party hits by The Booze Brothers at 5pm, played on tuned beer bottles and glasses.