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barbershop quartet


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  • n. A group of four musicians who sing barbershop music. Usually contains high and lead tenors, baritone and bass

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  • n. an unaccompanied quartet of (usually male) voices singing sentimental songs in four-part harmony


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  • Butch Manke, Hank Ruhl, Chuck Kaelin and Louie Baller were vocal soloists; and Sgt. Becher, Al Roholt, Hank Ruhl and Harry Mock formed a barbershop quartet called the Four Bees.

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