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[L., singulorum]
Of each; used in writing prescriptions.
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Beethoven marks the movement semplice e cantabile (simple and singable.
Tom Bliss performs songs that appeal to fans of both traditional and modern music, with singable choruses, humorous introductions and great stories.
Everything in this musical classic is beautiful, including the breathtaking scenery and the unfailingly singable hits from Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, including "Whistle a Happy Tune," "Hello, Young Lovers," "Getting to Know You," and "Shall We Dance?
Marsh thinks the success of ``High School Musical,'' which started out as just another of the seven to nine Disney Channel Originals produced each year, is tied to its messages as much as its very singable, danceable songs.
Haugen's new Lent-specific That You May Have Life otters both traditional liturgical elements--antiphony, chant, reading responses--and contemporary, singable melodies.
Though I have not yet found a singable song to help people in my class learn to pronounce Paul Klee's last name as "clay," I have discovered one that enables them to master the pronunciation of Seurat's surname:
Tenors, too, should be pleased with du Plessis's Five Invocations which are apt, pleasing and eminently singable settings of texts by Fletcher and Webster.
You Gotta Go There To Come Back is without doubt their biggest album yet - full of massive songs, easily singable lyrics and more hooks than the North Sea fishing fleet.
That means ensuring that important notes carry important words, that the vowel-sounds are singable at a given pitch, and that if there are clusters of consonants they do not make the song into a tongue-twister.
In addition, WOV includes a singable annunciation hymn, "The Angel Gabriel from Heaven Came" (#632) and an appropriate Advent hymn for this day, "Sing of Mary, Pure and Lowly" (#634).
Villon's version is eminently singable while Simpson's is not and perhaps could not be.