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produced by the voice

speaking or spoken without reserve

characterized by, containing, or functioning as a vowel or vowels

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music intended to be performed by one or more singers, usually with instrumental accompaniment

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relating to or designed for or using the singing voice

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given to expressing yourself freely or insistently

full of the sound of voices

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harmony, congruence, and concordance) should occur between the interviewer and the interviewee; between what is said vocally and nonverbally; between the circumstances of the moment and what the subject is saying; and between events and emotions, including synchrony of time and space.
I really just went into this collaboration with a clear mind of what vocally will sound the best, and what musically works.
Il Trittico Birmingham Conservatoire at Crescent TheatrePuccini's Il Trittico comprises three one-act operas performed in a single evening - each requiring its own cast, and each as vocally demanding as anything Puccini ever wrote.
Moscow has been vocally battling to stop the deployment, arguing that 10 American anti-missile missiles would threaten Russia's thousand missiles.
Kaye shone as a lovelorn innkeeper in Reprise's ``Zorba'' and then restaged her Tony-nominated turn as vocally challenged Florence Foster Jenkins in ``Souvenir'' at the Brentwood.
Okay, it is a syrupy piece of Roman Catholic mumbo jumbo, at times musically extravagant and vocally hugely demanding.
While some express gratitude and offer praise for HRC's support, others are questioning just how well the group is doing its job and voicing skepticism about its potential for producing legislative victories in 2005 with a White House and a Congress controlled by vocally antigay Republicans.
Perhaps individual consumers can all join in supporting the formal fair trade lobbies as vocally as possible?
She certainly measures up vocally and performed everything from Joni Mitchell-style quietude to full-blooded Janis Joplin hollering.
As the story covers decades in the women's lives, Boyd ages these characters vocally, which is something of a feat; listening to the subtle changes the reader is aware that years have passed.
Vocally, does it take a loll on the voice after a few shows in a row?
Vocally, these songs are very demanding, requiring of the singer a soprano voice of extended range and dynamic flexibility, a keen sense of pitch, the ability to conquer atonal melodic lines, and an affinity for producing vocal colors and linguistic nuance.
The Material Girl is simply stunning - both visually and vocally - in Alan Parker's glossy production of what is undeniably the best musical of the last 20 years.
The gospel hymn is introduced by bagpipes and is later augmented with African chanting and sound effects that include bells and thunder, but is most poignant when delivered vocally.
We're equally pleased that the forwarding industry has been vocally supportive of our decision to be available on CPS.