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CESARE VALLETTI
ASPIRING TENORS
JOHN ALER
REMARKABLE TENORS
POPULAR TENORS
YOUNG ENGLISH TENORS
COLEMAN HAWKINS
BROADWAY TENORS
JOHN MCDERMOTT
GOOD TENORS
LOVE TENORS
THREE SOPRANOS
WAGNERIAN TENORS
SPINTO TENORS
JOHN MCCORMACK
SWING TENORS
DRAMATIC TENORS
ACCLAIMED LYRIC TENORS
LYRIC TENORS
IMPORTANT TENORS
CELTIC TENORS
OPERATIC TENORS
FINEST TENORS
FINBAR WRIGHT
BEST TENORS
GREAT ITALIAN TENORS
THREE IRISH TENORS
GREAT TENORS
GREATEST
COLLECTION
REGARDING
TIMES
VERSION
AUDIENCES
FORCE
DEVELOPED
REPUTATION
BASS
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Definitions

  1. Tenors are also referred to as quads because of the four main drums, or quints including the spocks.
  2. Other tenors were more artistic, provided better characterization (think Domingo, Gigli, Pavarotti, Gedda, Caruso, and some others).
  3. The Tenors are almost my total pastime.
  4. Ten Tenors, The - Provides information on the Australian singers notorious for their unique musical style and eyebrow-raising repertoire.
  5. Irish tenors is a suitable benchmark to begin this omnibus of Irish tenors old and new.

Technique

  1. The number also shows the tenor's liberal use of portamento; tenors today are a little more sparing in their use of this technique.

Look

  1. Bel Canto - The Tenors of the 78 Era Volume 1 offers a look at six famous singers. (Web site)
  2. Here's a look at some other Irish tenors, artists from the '30s and '40s who paved the way for today's artists.

Trumpets

  1. 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

  1. Salvi, like so many tenors, was a little crazy.

Calleja

  1. If you like tenors, I think you will like Mr. Calleja and enjoy what he is doing on this disc. (Web site)

Bruce Ford

  1. Here are two for the tenors, by which one can differentiate between the respective vocal organs of Bruce Ford and Paul Austin Kelly.

Well-Known Tenors

  1. Three of the most talented and well-known tenors in musical history are Mario Frangoulis, Josh Groban and Andrea Bocelli.

Promising Young Tenors

  1. Calleja is one of the most promising young tenors today.

Cesare Valletti

  1. I tend to like lyric tenors best, Cesare Valletti as an example, or maybe tenors with bigger voices capable of lyric singing.

Aspiring Tenors

  1. Italy has always been a Mecca for aspiring tenors.

John Aler

  1. Many tenors since have emulated Wunderlich's interpretation of this cycle; noteworthy examples include John Aler.

Remarkable Tenors

  1. The current issue of Classical Singer has intriguing interviews with two remarkable tenors: Nico Castel and Placido Domingo.

Popular Tenors

  1. Campanini was among the most popular tenors in the United States before Enrico Caruso.
  2. Salvi had a good voice, and popular tenors are always in a position to pamper their lusty egos.

Young English Tenors

  1. 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.

Coleman Hawkins

  1. They used the original Henderson charts and had Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster on tenors. (Web site)

Broadway Tenors

  1. The Broadway Tenors are comprised of three of Broadway's leading men in a unique theatrical concert.

John Mcdermott

  1. The title song was performed by John McDermott, who was one of the original members of the Tenors.

Good Tenors

  1. But we are in lucky these days with quite a few good tenors who can sing high.

Love Tenors

  1. I love tenors, but the color of your voice is one of my favorites.

Three Sopranos

  1. It is a demanding work, requiring 14 soloists (three sopranos, one contralto, two tenors, four baritones, and four basses).

Wagnerian Tenors

  1. But this CD is a great introduction to the greatest of all Wagnerian tenors. (Web site)

Spinto Tenors

  1. Salvatore Licitra is one of the few spinto tenors of his generation.

John Mccormack

  1. John McCormack was one of the finest lyric tenors of the 20th century. (Web site)

Swing Tenors

  1. Ben Webster was considered one of the "big three" of swing tenors along with Coleman Hawkins (his main influence) and Lester Young.
  2. Ben Webster was considered one of the three most important "swing tenors" along with Coleman Hawkins (his main influence) and Lester Young. (Web site)

Dramatic Tenors

  1. Dramatic tenors and heldentenors (the German term for tenors who sing Wagner roles) take the longest to come into their own.
  2. Like many dramatic tenors, he began his career as a baritone and sang for several years in German opera houses. (Web site)
  3. There is no clear differences between dramatic tenors and baritones for example.

Acclaimed Lyric Tenors

  1. John Aler has been singled out as one of the most acclaimed lyric tenors on the international stage. (Web site)

Lyric Tenors

  1. Both of these roles are supposedly for "heavier" voices, not lyric tenors.

Important Tenors

  1. Sergei Lemeshev was one of the important tenors of this century and this CD offers a welcome retrospective of his art. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)

Celtic Tenors

  1. The Celtic Tenors have established themselves as the most successful Classical Crossover artists ever to have come out of Ireland. (Web site)

Operatic Tenors

  1. I suppose you could call them tenors, but don't call them operatic tenors.
  2. Cesare Valletti was among the more admired operatic tenors of his generation. (Web site)
  3. Enrico Caruso (1873-1921) is the gold-standard of operatic tenors. (Web site)

Finest Tenors

  1. 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. (Web site)

Finbar Wright

  1. Vocalists Anthony Kearns and Finbar Wright of The Irish Tenors are pleased to announce the return of original member John McDermott to the group. (Web site)

Best Tenors

  1. Campora one of the best tenors ever.

Great Italian Tenors

  1. He recalls his early fascination with the great Italian tenors, such talents as Del Monaco, Gigli and especially his idol Franco Corelli.

Three Irish Tenors

  1. 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.

Great Tenors

  1. The tone rivals the great tenors of the century.
  2. Despite these shortcomings, Schipa incontestably ranks on the short list of great tenors. (Web site)
  3. Voice of Firestone: The Great Tenors - Classic Performances features ten famous tenors performing on television.

Greatest

  1. Highly recommend this CD with these beloved arias of the greatest tenors in opera.
  2. 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.
  3. His diction was flawless, his line perfect and his interpretation in keeping with the greatest of the Italian tenors of days gone by.

Collection

  1. When I was pulling clips I realized just how many Trovatores I had in collection, so I had to cut a few tenors.

Regarding

  1. As many tenors before him, he was not altogether confident regarding his vocal capabilities and started working as a graphical artist.

Times

  1. All that is missing is Roberto Alagna to make this a full showing of the "stereotypical" tenors of our times. (Web site)

Version

  1. Verdi's "Tosca" has two showstoppers for tenors: "E lucevan le stella" and "Recondita armonia." His version of the former is powerfully sung.

Audiences

  1. These three golden voiced tenors continue to captivate audiences with their infectious Irish charm.
  2. Since the group's debut in 1998, The Irish Tenors have performed to audiences in venues around the world. (Web site)

Force

  1. 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.

Developed

  1. The tenors of THREE MO' TENORS are men who have developed a musical repertoire with extraordinary breadth. (Web site)

Reputation

  1. Heddle Nash (1894 – 1961) had a reputation as one of England’s finest ever tenors. (Web site)
  2. Since he became one third of The Irish Tenors in 1998, that reputation has become international. (Web site)

Bass

  1. 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.

Categories

  1. Baritone
  2. Tenor
  3. Music > Classical Music > Opera > Aria
  4. Arts > Music > Classical Music > Opera
  5. Voices

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Irish Tenors (1)
Andrea Bocelli
Ben Heppner
Enrico Caruso
Mario Del Monaco

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