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  • n. Plural form of vocalism.


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  • The faint air of pie-eyed 60s silliness song titles include Spider Cider and Idea for Rubber Dog and Dwyer's cartoonish vocalisms could put some off, but there's more than enough sunny, funny, manic charm to make it all work.

    Thee Oh Sees: Castlemania – review

  • This particular solecism was greeted then with the sort of vocalisms with which spectators at the Colloseum must have used to sic the lions onto the Christians.

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  • With what I've learned so far about the evolution of the Ancient Egyptian language as it evolved into Coptic, I'm going to go out on a limb and deduce for myself that the vowelless transliterated words qn and ỉkn were probably pronounced around 1500 BCE something like *qánә 'reed' and *ʔәkánә 'basin, bowl', both matching the vocalisms of the other reflexes as well as accounting for the later Coptic result.

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  • What is more, you apparently think that your position is novel--that Dylan's voice or perhaps his "bored" vocalisms? has only recently done this terrible thing you write about.

    Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Bob Dylan in Durham

  • Stelvio Cipriani composed the music and Nora Orlandi adds lots of lush vocalisms to just about every track.

    In Search of the Halloween Spirit

  • "After" is a beautiful song, very calm but very melancholic, with the large use of vocalisms.

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  • Track 5 starts as a follow-up to the previous one, but it's quiter, based on a string instrument that seems an acoustic guitar played with a pencil on the strings and on weird vocalisms.

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  • "Pigeons" is a master blast -- it's less obviously electronic than the Knife of the naughts, freely incorporating operatic elements as per the assignment -- strings, bel canto vocalisms

    KINGBLIND: Music, Art & Entertainment

  • His accompanists gave out a sympathetic aural carpet of matching vocalisms and minimal but sufficient - and witty - background sounds from the kit on their respective tables.


  • "instrument" to alter the sound of her singing, vocalisms, personalized recordings as well as the sound of any musician playing with her.

    Create Digital Music


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