Bizarre vespers followed, sung falsetto and consisting of a medley of extracts from all the vespers of the year.
There is a curious affectation about his style - a falsetto note - which, notwithstanding all his efforts to please, is often irritating to the reader.
'Evil Woman': The falsetto harmonies in this song's chorus illustrate textbook pop songwriting.
In particular, one untitled new song featured a stunning falsetto.
There's nothing wrong with it but Queens have a little bit more like Josh singing a high falsetto.
Fortunately Johnny Pate's arrangements are so scintillating and Curtis ' unique soaring falsetto so alluring that even the old chestnuts sound great.
For the second track he adopted a soulful falsetto to a smooth groove.
"Wait... not now... stop," he mimicked in falsetto.
falsetto singing by males is associated with societies which strictly regulate sexual activity.
falsetto voice, which can jump to some crazy places.
falsetto harmonies as a guide to the next part coming up.
falsetto part of a series of singing articles by Web Therapy Teaching.
Warp's Jamie Lidell co-wrote several of the tracks and lends his trademark falsetto to one.
sing in falsetto, if so who sang in this style?
She's got a really strong, wide vibrato on her falsetto voice, which can jump to some crazy places.
Did you used to sing in falsetto, if so who sang in this style?
Belfair, she explained, in rapid-fire falsetto, was the heroine of a series of intergalactic romances she was writing.
I faced situations like: ' Do not sing, you sing falsetto, be silent!
Men - don't use falsetto for female direct speech.
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