Jacqueline Simpson told the New York Post that the glass left her with a "hoarse, rattly voice" and unable to sing soprano
like she used to, Radar online reported.
I still sing alto, but I can't sing soprano
like I used to.
in choir, choosing to English public school sing soprano
in solo with view to career work.
I was only in there for 20 minutes but I was ready to sing soprano
in the Cathedral choir for the rest of the day.
When ladies were admitted to the church choir, due to the shortage of boys, six of our choir were invited to join to sing soprano
Eric Pollard either has a death wish or a desire to sing soprano
, because when Val finds out he's been having a fling he'll be nursing more than a bruised ego.
It's become a trade mark - get him to do your plastering and you get a free step ladder - he's been warned that if he takes this one out of the house he'll be able to sing soprano
in the choir.
Incidentally, the authentic low tuning allows her to sing soprano
parts equally well.
He can sing soprano
and baritone, he can do gay and straight, thuggish and chic.
I knew I wouldn't be able to sing soprano
for ever but I knew I would sing in the future - whether it was publicly or at home.
At Karlsruhe I was engaged to sing soprano
roles tending toward the dramatic, and was basically told, `You've got a good voice, don't change it.
Lionel Sawkins has shown that men did, indeed, sing soprano parts at the French court, and Lois Rosow has pointed out the appearance of male sopranos in the chorus at the Paris Opera.
However, the fact that men did sing soprano seriously at this time, in combination with the text of this recit- which on the surface is not ridiculous; although it certainly could be performed tongue-in-cheek-opens the door to doubts about the style of performance the role demands.
My wish for Mr Malkin is that he'll sing soprano
She added: "I used to sing soprano
but then I smoked for several years, which took its toll on my voice.