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a boy who sings in a choir

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The Abbey's choirs were in attendance, including local choirboy Elliot Jeffries, who is to travel to London to sing to the Queen at St Paul's Cathedral on Tuesday.
The choirboys ran a stall, which was effectively a game of roulette; they had a clockwork train running round a circle and you 'bought' one of the carriages.
Sandrine Dumont takes a socio-anthropological approach to her study of choirboys and vicaires in the Cambrai maitrise from the second half of the sixteenth through to the third quarter of the seventeenth century.
So far this year, the Canterbury choirboys have toured America, France and Holland, but at 7pm the eight to 13-year-olds will bring their dulcet tones to St Anne's Church in Ynyshir, near Porth.
The Choirboys came out onto the big stage, butwere badly off key.
For instance, Roscoe Rules, is the most outrageous of the Choirboys.
I used to watch the choirboys put up the hymns on the hymn board and wish I could do that
Up for awards:Singer of the Year Andreas Scholl Bryn Terfel RenAe Fleming Contemporary Music Award Arvo Part, Lamentate James MacMillan, Symphony no 3, Silence Karl Jenkins, Requiem Album of the Year Aled Jones, New Horizons Amy Nuttall, Best Days Bryn Terfel, Simple Gifts Choirboys, The Choirboys Hayley Westenra, Odyssey Joseph McManners, In Dreams Karl Jenkins, Requiem Katherine Jenkins, Living A Dream Nicola Benedetti, Szymanowski/Chausson/Saint-Saaens Robert Meadmore, After a Dream Critics' Award Belcea Quartet, Britten/String Quartets Boris Berezovsky, Chopin/Godowsky/Etudes Royal Opera House Chorus and Orchestra/Domingo/Pappano/Tristan and Isolde.
What's different about them is that these young lads - 11-year-old CJ is the youngest - are The Choirboys, the first ever choirboy boy-band.
The Choirboys had been on the back foot for long periods before Darren Moss's 37th-minute header opened the scoring.
I've met a few choirboys who can run rings round me in a game of chess, but they've all been ruddy useless at football.
Choirboys rose from their places and raced to the wall at the side of the dais in order to peer up at the sky.
TWO of the heroes who saved Coventry Cathedral from catastrophic fire damage and helped lead choirboys to safety were being rewarded for their deeds today.
Wambaugh, a former LAPD detective sergeant, is known for his meticulous research in such acclaimed cop-themed best sellers as ``The Onion Field,'' ``The Choirboys,'' ``The New Centurions'' and nearly a dozen other titles.
It's not like we're selling violent books to choirboys.