bass voice


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Synonyms for bass voice

the lowest adult male singing voice

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Without possessing the volume of classical bass voices, the tone of it was pleasing from a slightly muffled quality like that of an English bugle, which is firm and sweet, strong but velvety.
115-22) for solo bass voice, which calls for a muted trumpet obbligato, thus creating an otherworldly and highly unusual sound for the chorale melody, especially in the context of other eighteenth-century church pieces.
The garden itself was created from lack of knowledge," says Fryar in his booming bass voice, "because I didn't know you weren't supposed to do this with plants.
Among my compatriots at this school I may mention Jimmy Howell, son of James Howell of St Mary Street, then living in the new house his father had built in the Walk, now the Prince of Wales Hospital; the Forsdyke brothers, Bill and Frank, the latter a future Lord mayor of Cardiff; Sidney Case; the eccentric Jack Taylor, son of the still more eccentric James P Taylor, overseer for the parish of St John's, a remarkable man as a walker who knew every inch of South Wales and who, in addition to being a nature lover was a singer with a magnificent bass voice and keenly interested in music and opera.
Robinson, who grew up in Atlanta, attended The Citadel on a football scholarship (he was an all-American offensive lineman) and didn't begin studying singing until he was 30, when his deep, booming bass voice caught the attention of teachers at the New England Conservatory of Music.
And we have heard the dubbed voice of Isaac Herzog, head of the Labor Party and leader of the opposition, reincarnated as a deep bass voice, in contrast to his usual high-pitched voice.
Sergeant of Police was a scream with his booming bass voice and incredible repertoire of facial expressions and body language.
Alwyn Mellor as Brunnhilde and Mati Turi as Siegfried made us believe in their devotion by their gestures as well as their voices and Mats Almgren as Hagen projected such toxic badness that you almost felt like booing every time he gave vent to his rumbling bass voice.
One of the world's best-known opera singers of the past 40 years, Sir Willard is loved by conductors, musical directors and audiences alike for his rich bass voice, commanding stage presence and versatility.
With his signature booming bass voice, Turner has been setting hearts afire ever since his breakthrough single release “Long Black Train” brought audiences to their feet at the Grand Ole Opry in 2001.
He's already making a name for himself for his rich bass voice and the role of Green Knight in Lynne Plowman's opera Gwyneth And The Green Knight for Music Theatre Wales was written for him.
Sadly, Moreno died young, too young, in 1993 in Nairobi at just 38 years old, just as he was on the cusp of stardom, with an album riding high in the Kenyan charts and a solid fan base throughout East Africa who appreciated his sultry, silky-smooth, bass voice.
Around the time that the post-performance euphoria was kicking in, Santa Claus would suddenly burst in the heavy community hall doors, bellowing at the top of his lungs in a rich bass voice that sounded a lot like Grandpa's: "Ho ho ho
Decca Records conducted a search, along with the composer, Paul Mealor, for a low bass voice and found Tim, who sang in a low E the album, Tranquility, with the St.
He then belted out an old tune, "Grandma was a Cornbread Cooking Queen," in a fine bass voice.