vocalise


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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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Gwestai arall ar y rhaglen fydd y drwmpedwraig Alison Balsom sy'n perfformio fersiwn arbennig iawn o ddarn lleisiol Vocalise gan Rachmaninov.
Gladeana McMahon, a consultant psychotherapist, said: "Women tend to talk more about their feelings generally, but men it seems, appear to vocalise more when they're sick - that's where the myth around man flu originated.
The album contains a mix of classical pieces such as Verdi's Si Un Jour, Rachmaninoff's Vocalise and Al Giuchi Addio (from Zeffirelli's Romeo And Juliet).
Unfortunately, we have to vocalise our thoughts, we disagree and, because we are brothers, we openly disagree.
They chose an all-Russian programme for the occasion, easing us into the more dynamic fare with Rachmaninov's melancholic Vocalise.
They aim to recruit 500 of the loudest music lovers to vocalise their appreciation of the star-studded ceremony, which is being held in Edinburgh on Thursday.
Yet in those now far distant days I never had envisioned a situation where so many works would be about dancing and nothing but dancing - songs without words at best, vocalise a capella exercises at worst.
Bydd y drwmpedwraig Alison Balsom yn perfformio fersiwn arbennig o'r Vocalise gan Rachmaninov a bydd cr Serendipity yn ymuno Shn i ganu dwy gn o'r opera "Carmen".
Rachmaninov's Vocalise was given almost as an encore, and how good it was to hear it in its original, rubato-inviting version for wordless voice.
The venue is Hall One at The Sage Gateshead with Rachmaninov's lyrical Vocalise opening the proceedings at 7.
Rachmaninov's orchestral arrangement of his song for soprano and piano, Vocalise, unfolded its languid melancholy through beautifully burnished string playing; a well chosen preface to his Piano Concerto No.
What's more, it's cheaper and includes not only the Vocalise, as the Telarc also does, but the Intermezzo and Dance from Aleko.
The vocalise and repertory examples (taken from the standard literature by Handel, Mozart, Donizetti, Verdi, and Puccini) can be used in many instances straight from the book.
Bydd y drwmpedwraig Alison Balsom yn perfformio fersiwn arbennig o'r Vocalise gan Rachmaninov a bydd cfr Serendipity yn ymuno e Shen i ganu dwy gen o'r opera 'Carmen'.
Soprano Nadine Livingston and baritone Matthew Brook sang the wordless vocalise from Symphony hall's higher tiers, giving their voices the right ethereal quality.