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singer

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a person who sings

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Renowned Sufi singers including Ustad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Humaira Channa, Arif Lohar, Badar Qawwal, Faiz Chishti, Munir Chishti, Bushra Marvi, Maham Sohail, Sheema Kirmani, Nighat Chaudhry, Ustad Rafaqat Ali Khan, Krishan Lal, Saien Zahoor, Sanam Marvi, Javaid Bashir, Sabir Saien, Gonga Saien, Mithu Saien, Taj Bulaidi, Pappu Saien, Nawab Khan, Shaukat Ali, Farid Ayad Abu Muhammad, Nawab Akhtar Zehri and other vocalists performed at the three-day Sufi Music Festival.
Petrucci is the first vocalist of the Marmion Men's Chorus to earn this prestigious honor in more than 10 years.
Previous vocalists graduating from the VOX course have gone on to release singles, support high-profile artists, and achieve airplay on national radio and coverage on influential blogs and websites.
Instrumental method books are too numerous to mention, but the available resources for vocalists are quite few.
Completing the line-up is British Country Music Association's Female Vocalist of the Year for nine consecutive years, Sarah Jory, and her band.
He is a known classical vocalist but he also switches to the ghazal and then he is made to sing a geet and if need be kaafi.
Such is the diverse range of his musical talent that he performed as a rock vocalist with the successful South Wales-based band Revolva, who performed at many nationally renowned venues.
Type of participants: Vocalists, soloists and ensembles.
In 1921, jazz pianist Earl "Fatha" Hines and vocalist Lois Deppe were the first African Americans to perform on KDKA, Westinghouse's pioneering station in Pittsburgh, and the broadcast created something of a sensation in the local black community.
A total of eight superb Venezuelan vocalists are showcased, plus special guest from Puerto Rico (via New York City) Herman Olivera, throughout the 11 tracks of this recording.
According to its home page, the New York University Voice Center is "dedicated to the care of the professional voice," and that mission is reflected in the wealth of information offered here for both vocalists and medical practitioners.
Her mission for Sweet Honey, beginning in 1973, has been to sing the stories--past and present-of African-American women, doing so with a group of vocalists whose fans have changed over the years.
The dazzling array of performers features the most celebrated and legendary jazz musicians, composers and vocalists of our time.
Type of participants: Orchestral and collaborative instrumentalists, soloists, vocalists and pianists.
The two-CD tribute set divides the repertoire by featuring mostly instrumental versions on CD A (which has been the norm for Saxomania's two previous recordings) and nine tracks featuring mostly vocalists on CD B.