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Encyclopedia > Vocalist
For other uses, see Singer (disambiguation).

In music a singer or vocalist is a type of musician who sings, i.e. uses the voice as an instrument to make music. A lead singer is one who sings the primary vocals of a song, as opposed to a backup singer who sings backup vocals to a song or harmonies to the lead singer.


In classical music and in opera, voices are treated just like musical instruments, thus special careers were developed out of each principal pitch.


Voices are commonly classified by gender and vocal range as follows:

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Vocalist - Singer - Singing Teachers Resource - www.vocalist.org.uk (518 words)
The singing lesson tutorials are not just limited to our opinion and experiences, in each section we have endeavoured to supply links to a range of related articles from a variety of sources.
Vocalist aims to provide singers, musicians and songwriters of all abilities and styles, with a centralized resource of the best singing and music related information.
Artists, bands and related companies are welcome to advertise their details, website etc., in the Music Database.
SingerUniverse Best Vocalist Of The Month Competition - Sonicbids (469 words)
The winning vocalist (plus their photo) will be announced on the front, home page of the SingerUniverse site.
In addition, the four other finalist demos will be spotlighted on the same article page, with the names of the finalists, their photos, streaming audio of their songs, plus their website and e-mail links.
Vocalist demos in all genres of music will be accepted for this Competition.
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