- n. Plural form of singer.
“On Good Friday, Fr. Rutler will preach the Three Hours devotion, followed by the solemn liturgy for the day when three singers from the parish choir will sing the Passion (in English).”
“You have these big blockbuster, major label singers like Lady Gaga and Katy Perry who have a record that lasts for years, the singles keep getting released and there is a lot of money behind them.”
“The older I've gotten and the more I've written, the more interested I am in singers who are also songwriters, like Lucinda Williams, Lyle”
“The choice of song also helps: Russell's "This Masquerade" has history with several singers from the smoother end of the spectrum, including Carpenter herself.”
“He showed how the chant might accommodate changes in language, with for example the cantor singing the verse in Latin and the congregation responding in the vernacular, and further how it is adaptable to the abilities of singers from the most simple to the average to the most advanced and expert.”
“The 3 greatest singers from the Muppet gang take on the timeless classic, “Danny Boy”.”
“And egs of singers is particularly interesting, because singers hear their own voices differently than their audience.”
“His penchant for kissing Britian's most popular female singers is well established.”
“The journalist who interviewed both singers is also not clean from guilt, as he wrote that the two are “trying to prove that even with the election results, Israel of 2009 still has people who seek peace …” - in other words, he thinks that the 70 per cent who supported this coalition are seeking war.”
“Looking at this record of great singers from the past, one must ask some important questions.”
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