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Lemalu

Jonathan (Fa'afetai). born 1976, New Zealand singer of Samoan descent; a bass-baritone noted esp for his lieder recitals
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Their Act II duet, "The Symphony," is one of the standout pieces in Moby-Dick, as is the earlier duet between tenor Stephen Costello (Greenhorn) and Jonathan Lemalu (Queequeg) that opens the second act.
Lemalu was joined by compatriots Lindy Tennent-Brown and Ana James.
She was born June 9, 1941, in American Samoa to Tapuvae and Lemalu Togia Faatiliga.
A choir of 900 local singers joined the soloists - soprano Elin Manahan Thomas, tenor Rhys Meirion and Jonathan Lemalu, a bass - for the show.
THE TEAMS IRELAND SAMOA Kearney 15 Autagavaia Bowe 14 Leiua O'Driscoll 13 Pisi D'Arcy 12 Leota McFadden 11 Vaalu Jackson 10 Pisi Murray 9 Fotuali'i (c) McGrath 1 Taulafo Best 2 Ole Avei Ross 3 Mulipola McCarthy 4 Lemalu Toner 5 PaulO'Mahony 6 Treviranus Henry 7 Lam Heaslip (c) 8 Tuifua Ireland reps: Cronin, Healy, Fitzpatrick, O'Connell, O'Brien, Reddan, Madigan, Kearney.
Gwyn Hughes Jones, y tenor o Sir Fon, Jonathan Lemalu, bas-bariton o Seland Newydd, Claire Rutter, soprano o Loegr a Mirouslava Yordanova, mezzo-soprano o Fwlgaria, yw'r unawdwyr yn y cyngerdd.
As the crippled Porgy, Jonathan Lemalu sang while either sliding on a cart or crawling, a heroic feat.
Highlights of the charity weekend include a concert given by Jonathan Lemalu and friends at St John's Church, in the grounds of the hall, on Saturday.
The vocal forces of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Cardiff Polyphonic Choir were not fully deployed until the finale when they gave a dynamic and intelligent performance with splendid tenor Jonathan Lemalu.
Jonathan Lemalu takes the lead and Stephen Barlow conducts, with Alessandro Talevi directing.