Definitions

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  • adjective music Of, pertaining or proper to the tenor voice

Etymologies

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tenor +‎ -ial

Examples

  • OK, that's an exaggeration, but the singer's dusky voice plays tricks on you before you realize his brighter tenorial overtones barely trump their subterranean brethren for ultimate categorization.

    Rodney Punt: Jonas Kaufmann Triumphs in Lieder Recital for LA Opera

  • OK, that's an exaggeration, but the singer's dusky voice plays tricks on you before you realize his brighter tenorial overtones barely trump their subterranean brethren for ultimate categorization.

    Rodney Punt: Jonas Kaufmann Triumphs in Lieder Recital for LA Opera

  • OK, that's an exaggeration, but the singer's dusky voice plays tricks on you before you realize his brighter tenorial overtones barely trump their subterranean brethren for ultimate categorization.

    Rodney Punt: Jonas Kaufmann Triumphs in Lieder Recital for LA Opera

  • OK, that's an exaggeration, but the singer's dusky voice plays tricks on you before you realize his brighter tenorial overtones barely trump their subterranean brethren for ultimate categorization.

    Rodney Punt: Jonas Kaufmann Triumphs in Lieder Recital for LA Opera

  • Mr. Domingo, still in astonishingly robust voice, dominated his scenes; Mr. Castronovo, in a more lyric tenorial vein, brought both passion and restraint to Mario, and seemed to be singing in a different opera.

    When Postman and Poet Meet

  • (Next month: the tenorial high-maintenance gloss of hollandaise sauce.) posted by Matthew @ 3: 05 PM

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • (Next month: the tenorial high-maintenance gloss of hollandaise sauce.) posted by Matthew @ 3: 05 PM

    Food goes in here

  • And if the last-minute Mario Cavaradossi of Ian DeNolfo was as woefully short on any sense of a musically shaped line as he was long on a genuine tenorial ring, that didn't matter much.

    Not to Worry, Opera Fans-Cooperstown's in Fine Shape

  • In Boccanegra he had more opportunity to exploit his incomparable stage presence, offering his now familiar tenorial take on the baritone title role.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Mr. Storey possesses a youthful voice of great strength and beauty that he used with considerable artistry throughout this daunting tenorial escapade.

    Opera Today

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