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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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Vinnie has done for the acting profession what Westlife have done for the noble art of close harmony singing.
Last weekend's wedding of baby sister was a whirl of gasps, brollies, close harmony singing, too much fizz and a wedding dance to end all wedding dances.
The burly seven-piece, who belt out classic guitar anthems in a close harmony singing style, are very much a reaction to the glut of manufactured music that they felt was clogging up the airwaves.
It's tied together by the Liverpool duo's evocative close harmony singing and shared lead vocals.
It transpired that while living among this hardcore bunch of kill-joys she'd never danced, been allowed to grow flowers, seen the sea, been given an instrument or even allowed to indulge in a bit of close harmony singing.
The barbershop chorus prides itself on its close harmony singing and meets every Tuesday in the Billingham Masonic Lodge Hall, Mill Lane, between 7.
He added: "I have enjoyed performing close harmony singing for many years, and have been interested in how to coach the voice.
It can, at times, be something akin to sado-masochism but without any of the perversion - if you don't count Shenkin the regimental goat, or the close harmony singing.
And Tenors of Rock is a seven-man act who belt out classic guitar anthems in close harmony singing.
Their offering of a few Welsh Christmas carols was a perfect nod to the heritage of male close harmony singing.
The Andrews Sisters were an American close harmony singing group, consisting of sisters LaVerne, Maxene and Patricia.
If stack heels and glitter isn't quite your thing though, then why not enjoy a bit of close harmony singing with the Barbershop Quartet at Raglan Parc Golf Club?