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Now she says: "I have got myself well, giving up all my old vices including smoking, although sadly that means I have lost my huskiness.
It also offers a subdued hint of huskiness and a gently lingering hop bitterness.
Stanwyck's voice enhances this distinction, rising to a sharp, nasal tone when she tries to impress and dropping to her more familiar soft huskiness when she drops her pretenses and expresses genuine emotions.
Over the phone, her voice bears only a faint trace of the famous huskiness which characterised Pearl's A Singer, Fool If You Think It's Over and Don't Cry Out Loud.
While the writing was a pleasure, and her vocal style -- which sits alongside Nora Jones and Amy Winehouse in terms of melodic huskiness -- came naturally, she doesn't have any expectations of success.
His voice was perfect for the part, its natural touch of huskiness suggesting a hint of popular singing but with both the low notes and the commanding top the part requires.
Following a gruelling tour, doctors feared Ronan Keating, 27, had developed nodules - but were relieved to find his new- found huskiness was down to his fondness for whiskey.
Moore's] voice was from then on prone to huskiness.
Hypothyroidism is caused by decreased levels of thyroid hormone in infancy; typically the patient exhibits lack of energy and fatigue; cool, dry, rough skin; swelling of the face, arms, and legs; huskiness of the voice; constipation and weakness.
During the stimulating pulses of electricity to the vagus nerve patients can experience huskiness, a scratchy throat or a slight alteration to the pitch of voice.
Robins is glacially beautiful and serpentine as Miss Alice, but she lays on the enigmatic huskiness in her speeches somewhat artificially.
Her voice has taken on a huskiness, giving her singing an edge appropriate for this new torch-singer persona.