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- Tenors are also referred to as quads because of the four main drums, or quints including the spocks.
- Other tenors were more artistic, provided better characterization (think Domingo, Gigli, Pavarotti, Gedda, Caruso, and some others).
- The Tenors are almost my total pastime.
- Ten Tenors, The - Provides information on the Australian singers notorious for their unique musical style and eyebrow-raising repertoire.
- Irish tenors is a suitable benchmark to begin this omnibus of Irish tenors old and new.
- The number also shows the tenor's liberal use of portamento; tenors today are a little more sparing in their use of this technique.
- Bel Canto - The Tenors of the 78 Era Volume 1 offers a look at six famous singers.
- Here's a look at some other Irish tenors, artists from the '30s and '40s who paved the way for today's artists.
- Typical horns found in a big jazz band include 4 to 5 trumpets, saxophones (2-3 altos, 2 tenors, and a baritone), 3-4 trombones, and a bass trombone.
- Salvi, like so many tenors, was a little crazy.
- If you like tenors, I think you will like Mr. Calleja and enjoy what he is doing on this disc.
- Here are two for the tenors, by which one can differentiate between the respective vocal organs of Bruce Ford and Paul Austin Kelly.
- Three of the most talented and well-known tenors in musical history are Mario Frangoulis, Josh Groban and Andrea Bocelli.
- Calleja is one of the most promising young tenors today.
- I tend to like lyric tenors best, Cesare Valletti as an example, or maybe tenors with bigger voices capable of lyric singing.
- Italy has always been a Mecca for aspiring tenors.
- Many tenors since have emulated Wunderlich's interpretation of this cycle; noteworthy examples include John Aler.
- The current issue of Classical Singer has intriguing interviews with two remarkable tenors: Nico Castel and Placido Domingo.
- Campanini was among the most popular tenors in the United States before Enrico Caruso.
- Salvi had a good voice, and popular tenors are always in a position to pamper their lusty egos.
- Bostridge, the most heavily promoted of the young English tenors, is a curious alternative to the more obvious va-va-voom of the Latin lover.
- They used the original Henderson charts and had Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster on tenors.
- The Broadway Tenors are comprised of three of Broadway's leading men in a unique theatrical concert.
- The title song was performed by John McDermott, who was one of the original members of the Tenors.
- But we are in lucky these days with quite a few good tenors who can sing high.
- I love tenors, but the color of your voice is one of my favorites.
- It is a demanding work, requiring 14 soloists (three sopranos, one contralto, two tenors, four baritones, and four basses).
- But this CD is a great introduction to the greatest of all Wagnerian tenors.
- Salvatore Licitra is one of the few spinto tenors of his generation.
- John McCormack was one of the finest lyric tenors of the 20th century.
- Ben Webster was considered one of the "big three" of swing tenors along with Coleman Hawkins (his main influence) and Lester Young.
- Ben Webster was considered one of the three most important "swing tenors" along with Coleman Hawkins (his main influence) and Lester Young.
- Dramatic tenors and heldentenors (the German term for tenors who sing Wagner roles) take the longest to come into their own.
- Like many dramatic tenors, he began his career as a baritone and sang for several years in German opera houses.
- There is no clear differences between dramatic tenors and baritones for example.
- John Aler has been singled out as one of the most acclaimed lyric tenors on the international stage.
- Both of these roles are supposedly for "heavier" voices, not lyric tenors.
- Sergei Lemeshev was one of the important tenors of this century and this CD offers a welcome retrospective of his art.
- He credited the Italian tenor Giacomo Lauri-Volpi, himself one of the most important tenors of the 20th century, with helping him refine his technique.
- The Celtic Tenors have established themselves as the most successful Classical Crossover artists ever to have come out of Ireland.
- I suppose you could call them tenors, but don't call them operatic tenors.
- Cesare Valletti was among the more admired operatic tenors of his generation.
- Enrico Caruso (1873-1921) is the gold-standard of operatic tenors.
- In Chazzanic circles Jan Peerce was welcomed as a Chazan, and in the world of opera, as one of the finest tenors of modern times.
- Vocalists Anthony Kearns and Finbar Wright of The Irish Tenors are pleased to announce the return of original member John McDermott to the group.
- Campora one of the best tenors ever.
- He recalls his early fascination with the great Italian tenors, such talents as Del Monaco, Gigli and especially his idol Franco Corelli.
- Best known as one of the three Irish Tenors, Anthony Kearns was born in the village of Kiltealy in County Wexford on August 17, 1971.
- The tone rivals the great tenors of the century.
- Despite these shortcomings, Schipa incontestably ranks on the short list of great tenors.
- Voice of Firestone: The Great Tenors - Classic Performances features ten famous tenors performing on television.
- Highly recommend this CD with these beloved arias of the greatest tenors in opera.
- Kraus is considered one of the greatest tenors of the last century and has been one the most relevant figures of the Canary Islands' history.
- His diction was flawless, his line perfect and his interpretation in keeping with the greatest of the Italian tenors of days gone by.
- When I was pulling clips I realized just how many Trovatores I had in collection, so I had to cut a few tenors.
- As many tenors before him, he was not altogether confident regarding his vocal capabilities and started working as a graphical artist.
- All that is missing is Roberto Alagna to make this a full showing of the "stereotypical" tenors of our times.
- Verdi's "Tosca" has two showstoppers for tenors: "E lucevan le stella" and "Recondita armonia." His version of the former is powerfully sung.
- These three golden voiced tenors continue to captivate audiences with their infectious Irish charm.
- Since the group's debut in 1998, The Irish Tenors have performed to audiences in venues around the world.
- Corelli's high D puts all tenors to shame, and when unveils it, he holds it, bursting with power and squillo to force all other tenors to take up nitting.
- The tenors of THREE MO' TENORS are men who have developed a musical repertoire with extraordinary breadth.
- Heddle Nash (1894 – 1961) had a reputation as one of England’s finest ever tenors.
- Since he became one third of The Irish Tenors in 1998, that reputation has become international.
- In 1954 The Eric Delaney Orchestra was formed consisting of 5 trumpets, 3 tenors and 1 baritone saxophones, double bass and of course Eric on drums.
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* Large Collection
* Lauritz Melchior
* Luciano Pavarotti
* Metropolitan Opera
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