Definition of Tenors
1. Noun. (plural of tenor) ¹
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Definition of Tenors
1. tenor [n] - See also: tenor
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Literary usage of Tenors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Success in Music and how it is Won by Henry Theophilus Finck, Ignace Jan Paderewski (1909)
"XI MODERN IMPROVEMENTS IN tenors RUBINI, "KING OF tenors" THE "king of tenors" in 1825 was the thirty-year-old Giovanni Battista Rubini, and he attained ..."
2. Some Famous Singers of the 19th Century by Francis Rogers (1914)
"tenors GIOVANNI BATTISTA RUBINI (1795-1854) ADOLPHE NOURRIT (1802-1839) ... The second of the line was Rubini, who was crowned "King of tenors" by his ..."
3. A Treatise on Modern Instrumentation and Orchestration: To which is Appended by Hector Berlioz, Mary Cowden Clarke (1882)
"The sudden unison of the tenors and basses in this passage gives to the phrase, ... If the direction of the melody, for instance, leads the first tenors ..."
4. Musical Memories: My Recollections of Celebrities of the Half Century, 1850-1900 by George Putnam Upton (1908)
"... TRIUMPHS IF in recalling memories of operatic tenors and bassos it shall seem that those of tenors have more vital interest than those of bassos, ..."
5. Musical Memories: My Recollections of Celebrities of the Half Century, 1850-1900 by George Putnam Upton (1908)
"... ORATORIO TRIUMPHS rin recalling memories of operatic tenors and bassos it shall seem that those of tenors have more vital interest than those of bassos, ..."
6. The True Method of Tone Production: A New and Complete Course of Voice Training by John Andrew Broekhoven (1908)
"Lyric tenors produce this easy singing range — or medium register — in a light quality of tone; while dramatic tenors have a fuller and more powerful medium ..."
7. Famous Singers of To-day and Yesterday by Henry Charles Lahee (1898)
"tenors AND BARITONES. THE operatic tenor is frequently as much of a trial to the impresario as the soprano. Brignoli would feel hurt unless he received what ..."