vocal

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vocal

1. a piece of jazz or pop music that is sung
2. a performance of such a piece of music
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In Il Tabarro, tenor Bo Zhang as Luigi won the evening's first ovation, though Amelia Burns' harrowed and affectingly believable Giorgetta really carried the show, notwithstanding Wesley Biggs' vocally light but believable performance as her tormented husband Michele.
No stranger to the operatic and concert stage in Wales, Wynne was vocally moving and passionate in his eventful journey from deathbed to the gates of paradise and beyond.
George Bush's second term promises to test the alliances HRC has formed on Capitol Hill, which is now populated by more vocally antigay Republican legislators than ever and a Democratic Party leery of pushing pro-gay legislation.
Perhaps individual consumers can all join in supporting the formal fair trade lobbies as vocally as possible?
She certainly measures up vocally and performed everything from Joni Mitchell-style quietude to full-blooded Janis Joplin hollering.
As the story covers decades in the women's lives, Boyd ages these characters vocally, which is something of a feat; listening to the subtle changes the reader is aware that years have passed.
Vocally, does it take a loll on the voice after a few shows in a row?
Vocally, these songs are very demanding, requiring of the singer a soprano voice of extended range and dynamic flexibility, a keen sense of pitch, the ability to conquer atonal melodic lines, and an affinity for producing vocal colors and linguistic nuance.
The Material Girl is simply stunning - both visually and vocally - in Alan Parker's glossy production of what is undeniably the best musical of the last 20 years.
Privatization has been floated as a solution to the Colon's problems (including its cost to the municipality: $45 million offset by $8 million in box-office receipts), but subscribers vocally oppose the idea and, for the moment at least, management has backed off.
She was arrested in Alabama while reporting on the case of the Scottsboro Boys (nine African-American boys unjustly convicted of raping two white women); she was persecuted as a Communist during the 1950s; and she vocally opposed the Vietnam War.
We're equally pleased that the forwarding industry has been vocally supportive of our decision to be available on CPS.