Her cantata, "Die Heilige Nacht," for soloists and chorus, is often heard.
On evenings when there was no performance he devoted extra time to his soloists.
Some fees paid to senior boys and boys of special value as soloists.
The soloists were supplied by the choir of Norwich Cathedral.
We'll choose your captains and champions if you choose our soloists.
The question at issue is to be sharply marked off from another—the public appearance of children as soloists, reciters, etc.
All these observations are addressed to soloists: in orchestral work such retention of force is unnecessary.
A varying number of soloists stood up for different songs; and these bore the chief part in the music.
The chorus was 500 strong, the soloists were the best to be secured, assisted by Henry Heyman, violin soloist.
I do not know what the other soloists' losses were, but my portion was to be $150 for three days, carriages, etc.