tenor


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the thread or current of thought uniting or occurring in all the elements of a text or discourse

the general sense or significance, as of an action or statement

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the adult male singing voice above baritone

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the pitch range of the highest male voice

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an adult male with a tenor voice

a settled or prevailing or habitual course of a person's life

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the general meaning or substance of an utterance

(of a musical instrument) intermediate between alto and baritone or bass

of or close in range to the highest natural adult male voice

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The contralto will not care to catechise the bass; the tenor will foresee no embarrassing dearth of remark in evenings spent with the lovely soprano.
It has not the mellifluousness of Italian, Italian is the language of tenors and organ-grinders, but it has grandeur: it does not ripple like a brook in a garden, but it surges tumultuous like a mighty river in flood.
immigrants and propelled Kearns and his tenor colleagues into international stardom.
It was summer Down Under when the Australian vocal singing group The Ten Tenors started its current extensive North American tour in Oklahoma late January.
8220;Without him we would have a limited notion how well Wagner's tenor roles can sound,” wrote J.
Berk Euzbek is tenor known for a variety of works, including "Napolitane Alla Turca," "Renaissance Orchestra" and "Symphonic Hymns.
Best tenor Horn: Helen Clark, Rochdale Borough Youth.
El Tenor won 102 races - all opens - during the late 1990s and early part of 2000.
A year after releasing their first hit album, the Canadian Tenors are delivering "The Perfect Gift," a compilation of traditional and contemporary holiday music.
His search for the roots of the Welsh tenor start back at his Nana's house in New Tredegar.
The CBB also issues weekly treasury bills for a three-month tenor and monthly treasury bills for a six-month tenor.
After an elaborate process of classification, in which she traces the different subgenres and hybrids, Cumming concludes that the Continent adopted the English style cantilena style motets, "All three of these English genres -- isorhythmic motet, three-voice tenor motet, and cyclic Mass -- would go on to contribute essential features of structure, form and style to the four-voice tenor motet of the second half of the fifteenth century" (227).
The Tenor Trio is in that tradition, a red-hot blowing session featuring not one, not two, but three -- count 'em, THREE
Miller provides 173 pages packed full of vocal and pedagogical history, specialist descriptions, analyses of problem passages from the tenor literature (with music examples included) seventy-two exercises for the development of the voice with instructions for their use, anatomical photographs and drawings, and select spectrographic analyses of the voices of famous tenors.