basso profundo


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a very deep bass voice

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Trained by Terry Richmond, Basso Profundo stole a couple of lengths from slips and, the further they ran, the further he led, eventually leading ex-tracker Arbroath Sir by six lengths.
On the other hand, the burden of its didactic content is lightened by humor and witty graphics, and it assembles a lot of hair-raising footage of huge surf, using basso profundo rumbles to great effect to convey the sound of avalanches of white water.
That basso profundo rear-end rumble beat out the oh-so-subtle bubble on the surface of the ocean by a floating pelican in ``Finding Nemo.
COVENTRY chorister Graham Sibley has been a basso profundo at Holy Trinity, Broadgate, for the past 20 years.
After graduating from Queen's University, Greene began in radio and his rich basso profundo soon became the voice of choice in countless WWII newsreels and documentaries for the NFB.
With the majesty of a Wagnerian and an inimitable basso profundo, he welcomed and congratulated us as future doctors.
Limbaugh's basso profundo is the voice of the antifeminist backlash and of the rising "cultural politics" wing of the Republican Party.
Charles, who had a powerful basso profundo (the deepest type of male singing voice), toured with Sam Hague's Minstrels, and John is told their shows, unlike many music hall shows, were highly respectable and suitable for all the family.
His powerful basso profundo has been heard all over Europe, while recently he championed a new updated version of the Blaydon Races.
Rating 5/5 Christopher Morley The Midland Sinfonia The Artrix, Bromsgrove An ensemble of eight cellos alone might seem a limiting combination, but as the personable young conductor Richard Laing pointed out during Saturday's concert, the instrument can in fact span the entire range of the human voice, from basso profundo to coloratura soprano.