Verb(1) sing (each note a scale or in a melody(2) pronounce as a vowel(3) express or state clearly(4) utter with vibrating vocal chords(5) utter speech sounds
(1) the second movement is in the spirit of a vocalise(2) There are two vocal items, a wordless vocalise with flute and guitar and a trenchant, highly effective group of eight Haiku, a minute each.(3) the second movement is in the spirit of a vocalise(4) Nielsen introduces two solo voices singing a wordless vocalise in the glorious slow movement.(5) The vocalise extends through all four sections, to be taken up by the entire Kremerata Baltica (with crunching organ chords!) in the finale.(6) Josh listened in awe as she sang the vocalise at the end.(7) You likely will be able to develop a comprehensive warm-up routine and work on various vocalises , études or vocal methods, called ‘vocal study.’(8) Like most of Grainger's vocalises , the voice sings its own counter-tune, rather than double anything in the accompaniment.(9) You will learn and memorize eight to ten songs of increasing difficulty per semester and possibly more, in addition to getting greater benefit out of your vocalises .(10) From another direction came the most exquisite vocalises ; Paul was warming up.
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