close harmony


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close harmony

Music a type of singing in which all the parts except the bass lie close together and are confined to the compass of a tenth
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The 97-year-old keen racing fan had come to watch her horse Close Harmony running in the first race of the afternoon.
Members share a love of singing and performing in the close harmony style.
First Interstate's approach is to understand the special needs of our individual communities and to work in close harmony with the local community leaders to solve those needs.
These close harmony vocalists - Alsion Jones, Uli Grigoleit, Sally McLean and Jenny Share - sported smart red blazers bought on the day of the concert.
Malcolm joined The Surplus Cassocks close harmony singers for An Evening of Music and Mirth in aid of Cancer Research UK.
Lots of close harmony hits along with a like able story.
The song's underlying anticipation is gently layered around the anchoring icy guitar riff, and the build-up to the chorus is signalled with a swooning close harmony cascade.
Originally from Glasgow, Curtiss moved to London in the '70s and after serving his apprenticeship he found his fame with Gidea Park, a Beach Boys-style close harmony band that achieved chart success.
Members of the Rockagnise Choir from north Warwickshire can dance as well as sing in close harmony and have pledged an unforgettable night in aid of Cancer Research UK.
It was a complete accident that we began performing those hits as close harmony numbers," reveals Bologna-born Marcella.
Following the drama there was an open microphone session with local poets, including Dave Kirby, Kevin McMahon and Grant and a three girl Liverpool group, Silk Stockings, sang a close harmony version of Lullaby of Broadway
Sharing the billing are Reflections, that's Richard Cook and Diane Robinson with their accompanist Geoffrey Bottomley, all well-known in amateur music circles plus Sapphire, a guitar and close harmony duo.