The register of a line of counterpoint, including soprano, alto, tenor, bass. These terms come from the section of the choir to which a line would be given (the soprano voice would have been given to the soprano voices).
Voices was the Hall & Oates album released in 1980. One of its singles was the number-one hit "Kiss on My List", and it is considered by many to be the starting point of the duo's major success in the 1980s.
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LINES (long interspersed elements) are long DNA sequences that represent reverse-transcribed RNA molecules originally transcribed by RNA polymerase II into mRNA (messenger RNA to be translated into protein on ribosomes). ... Counterpoint is a musical technique involving the simultaneous sounding of separate musical lines. ... Jump to: navigation, search Look up Soprano on Wiktionary, the free dictionary In music, a soprano is a singer with a voice ranging approximately from the A below middle C to high C two octaves above middle C (i. ... Jump to: navigation, search In music, an alto is a singer with a vocal range somewhere between a tenor and a mezzo-soprano. ... Jump to: navigation, search In music, a tenor is a male singer with a high voice (although not as high as a countertenor). ... A basso (or bass) is a male singer who sings in the lowest vocal range of the human voice. ... 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The field of labor relations looks at the relationship between management and workers, particularly groups of workers represented by a labor union. ... Jump to: navigation, search Employee voice is a term that is coming into wide use with both pratictioners and academics in the context of Human Resource Management (HRM) and Industrial Relations (IR). ...
It is important to be cautious with your voice during an episode of laryngitis, because the swelling of the vocal cords increases the risk for serious injury such as blood in the vocal cords or formation of vocal cord nodules, polyp, or cysts.
Benign noncancerous growths on the vocal cords are caused by voice misuse or overuse and from trauma or injury to the vocal cords.
Percussive speaking, a voice too loud or focusing on the first syllable of each word, is another improper speaking technique that may result in injury or trauma to the vocal cords and muscles causing “vocal fatigue”.
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