And there arose one who became a singer
of songs for the king.
As the enthusiasm in Count Smorltork's favour ran very high, his praises might have been sung until the end of the festivities, if the four something-ean singers
had not ranged themselves in front of a small apple-tree, to look picturesque, and commenced singing their national songs, which appeared by no means difficult of execution, inasmuch as the grand secret seemed to be, that three of the something-ean singers
should grunt, while the fourth howled.
He recommended her to study with him for six years, assuring her that at the end of that period--if she followed his directions--she should be the greatest singer
in the world.
Instead, he stepped behind a tree, when he heard a man's voice in song, and waited to behold the singer
And I couldn't help wishing there were some such rule in Society, at the conclusion of a song--that the singer
herself should say the right thing, and not leave it to the audience.
Oh,' said the ass, 'by all means go with us to the great city; you are a good night singer
, and may make your fortune as a musician.
But at night when they went up to bed and were undressing, the boy who was called Singer
came out of his cubicle and put his head in Philip's.
And what a voice she has; though she's my daughter, I tell the truth when I say she'll be a singer
, a second Salomoni
As a final effort, the singer
rendered some verses which described a vision of Britain being annihilated by America, and Ireland bursting her bonds.
A CERTAIN rich man reared a Goose and a Swan, the one for his table, the other because she was reputed a good singer
I can live, and live respectably, as a concert singer
With these words Zarathustra started up, not however like a person in anguish seeking relief, but rather like a seer and a singer
whom the spirit inspireth.