Definition of Sight-sing
1. Verb. Sing from a score without having seen it before. "This tenor can sightsing even the most difficult pieces"
Category relationships: Performing Arts
Generic synonyms: Sight-read, Sightread
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Literary usage of Sight-sing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1810)
"... on horseback I never saw ride : They already are push'd to the pitch of their might, And the rest far behind they leave clear i out of sight. Sing, &c. ..."
2. On Joyful Wing: A Book of Praise and Song by John Robson Sweney, William James Kirkpatrick (1886)
"Sing of the blind re-ceiv-ing sight, Sing of his works of wondrous might. Sing how he hung up- on the tree, Sing of his death for you and me. ..."