singing voice


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Noun1.singing voice - the musical quality of the voice while singingsinging voice - the musical quality of the voice while singing
bass voice, basso, bass - the lowest adult male singing voice
baritone voice, baritone - the second lowest adult male singing voice
tenor, tenor voice - the adult male singing voice above baritone
countertenor, alto - the highest adult male singing voice
alto, contralto - the lowest female singing voice
mezzo, mezzo-soprano - the female singing voice between contralto and soprano
soprano - the highest female voice; the voice of a boy before puberty
phonation, vocalisation, vocalization, vox, voice, vocalism - the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract; "a singer takes good care of his voice"; "the giraffe cannot make any vocalizations"
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The author elucidates common voice disorders, and the psychosocial effects of singing voice loss.
The Broadway artist was the singing voice of "Mulan" in its animated version premiered in 1998 produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation for Walt Disney Pictures.
LeBorgne, a voice pathologist, author, and specialist in vocal wellness and vocal athletes, and Rosenberg, a singer and clinical singing voice specialist, offer a guide to the vocal mechanism, care of the body and instrument, and how to maximize performance for longevity in musical theatre and other contemporary commercial music singing.
Lea Salonga, who lent her singing voice to Princess Jasmine in the 1992 original animated version of 'Aladdin', praised the recent live-action remake of the film for its casting, especially in terms of representation.
Anyone with a good singing voice is welcome to come to the Thursday night sessions which take place from 7pm-9pm at Trinity Methodist Church, Royland Road, Loughborough.
Historic church THE historic Ynyscynhaearn church, Pentrefelin, will be open from noon to 4pm on Sunday, August 26, and at about 3pm, Nesti Aneirin, a local girl with an international reputation, a wide repertoire and a magnificent singing voice will give a short concert in the church.
Don't be so sure choirmaster Chris Rowbury says that, with the right encouragement, everyone can find their own singing voice.
Visitors were also treated to the lovely singing voice of Rose Byers who sang a selection of songs by Robert Burns.
You neither have to be a member of Rays of Hope nor do you need to have a good singing voice to take part.
The trained ear of a voice teacher or music professional observing the voice can learn to recognize problem symptoms, but it definitely takes a laryngologist and a voice team (physician, speech-language pathologist, singing voice specialist) to diagnose and treat voice disorders of the speaking and singing voice, whether functional (caused by behaviors and use/overuse), organic or both.
And on the breakfast show, Piers couldn't resist poking fun at the wannabe singer - and even impersonated her singing voice. After Piers criticised her live performance, she said: "You try then.
He had three ops to remove the salivary gland growth and was warned he could lose his singing voice. His jaw was split open and rebuilt using skin and blood vessels from his forearm.