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Synonyms for vocalise

sing (each note a scale or in a melody) with the same vowel


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express or state clearly

utter with vibrating vocal chords

utter speech sounds

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Aled's a great singer in his field, a man who vocalises with purity but who can have a giggle at his own expense.
At National Trust headquarters,head curator Tim Knox denounces the acquisition as a publicity coup as he vocalises his frustration, while man in the middle James Rothwell, the NT's historic buildings expert struggles to make appropriate decisions, openly admitting that he is far more accustomed to restoring stately homes than suburban semis.
In the Introduction, Miller states that "The plan of this book is to identify subdivisions within the general designation of 'Soprano' and to offer suggestions and practical vocalises appropriate for the several types" (p.
These quite sharply differentiated songs are whitewashed into a series of bland vocalises.
The vocalises offered tackle all the requisite tools: legato, staccato, flexibility, velocity, vowel modification, pianissimo, and messa di voce.