choirboy


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choirboy

one of a number of young boys who sing the treble part in a church choir
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Dismissing vocal media critics, the man said the death of his friend, the second choirboy, from a drug overdose had prompted him to break his silence.
MELBOURNE, Australia -- The most senior Catholic convicted of child sex abuse was sentenced Wednesday to 6 years in prison for molesting two choirboys in a Melbourne cathedral in a crime that an Australian judge said showed "staggering arrogance."
He abused two 13-year-old choirboys in the city's cathedral in 1996 after catching them drinking sacramental wine after Mass.
The recruited choirboy would have left his family's home to enter into an established choral community at London's cathedral.
" Working with Dame Julie Andrews is one of the many memorable moments that sticks in the mind of the former choirboy turned TV presenter who found fame for his cover version of orking with Dame Julie Andrews is one of the many memorable moments that sticks in the mind of the former choirboy turned TV presenter who found fame for his cover version of Walking In The Air from the animated classic The Snowman.
LIVERPOOL choirboy Jack Topping finally got his night in the limelight.
The Bangor-born former teenage choirboy who grew up in Llandegfan, Anglesey has been a household name for 25 years.
The former choirboy and his bandmates wowed BGT judges last night with Otis Redding's Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay.
The former choirboy popped the question to 32-year-old Suzanne last Hogmanay.
From child oblates at an Abby in Cluny, Burgundy, to choirboy's dances in early modern Seville, to the coming-of-age ceremony for a young Apache girl, we learn of the importance of music in the function of ritual.