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a person who sings

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a composer of words or music for popular songs

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a person who sings

any bird having a musical call

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The Welsh Government-funded body, which distributes grants to publishers and promotes reading and literacy in Wales, has recommended Mr Ruck's latest novel to WH Smith, and the chain has made The Silver Songsters its Book of the Month in Wales for May.
The men will be joined by children from West Vale Happy Songsters.
Gentlemen Songsters Male Voice Choir will be performing their Festival of Remembrance at Dudley Town Hall on Thursday night.
Popular songsters Khaled Salim, Lutfi Bushnaq and Hani Shaker are also nearing the sold out point for the festival dedicated this year to the late Ratiba Al Hafnawi.
The South American songsters have racked up 14 million online video views and half-a-million Facebook fans after putting a Mexican twist on pop classics such as Human League's 'Don't You Want Me' and E17's 'Stay Another Day' as part of a PS4million advertising campaign for the seasoned tortilla chips seller.
04 (Saba) - President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi on Wednesday awarded songsters Ayoub Tarish Absi and Karamah Mersal the Medal of Unity.
The Saltburn Songsters benefited from a new keyboard last year, thanks to your donations of Wish tokens, which are being printed in the Evening Gazette every day until January 12, 2013.
But organisers of the show, the Gentlemen Songsters Male Voice Choir, were told last week that the tribute was too dangerous, and that they must find a safer way of honouring the fallen.
He said it was made with Castleford Band and Songsters (Salvation Army singers are known as songsters) at CTS Studios in north London in 1990.
Songsters Be Quiet Shout Loud won the contest in Morpeth, Northumberland, on Monday night.
IN September 1944, aged 13, I left home to tour with the famous boy's choir Arturo Steffani's Silver Songsters.
2) Alluding to Doyle's popular songsters Old-Time Songs and Poetry of Newfoundland (1927, 1940) and Old-Time Songs of Newfoundland (1955), Peacock added, "though the value of his collection cannot be overestimated, its wide dissemination on the mainland has created the impression that Newfoundland folksongs consist entirely of locally composed material.
This city of songsters, famous composers Wordsmiths without equal or peer No room for divas, pretenders or posers Only record-breakers live here.
This past fall saw the most musical presidential campaign in over fifty years, since the days when Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie and other members of the People's Songsters played for the third-party candidacy of Henry Wallace.
The sentiment indicates lessons learned as well as a newfound self-determination and maturity for these three songsters from the South that're sure to maintain their position at the top of the dyke rock heap.