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A great clapping of hands was heard, and affectionate smiles of approbation were lavished by the ladies upon the vocalist.
Nor did the sentiment lose anything, in intensity at all events, by the vocalist.
On the other hand, a dull morning not only hushes the vocalist of the grove, but fills the mind with unpleasant reflections.
The vocalist had just finished singing the little song of our friend 'the General' Morris, 'Woodman!
There are two ways of judging a singer—by the vocalist's artistic merits, and by the effect of his or her singing on the receipts.
The vocalist, a Miss Byfield, did not arrive till after dinner.
PASSING BYMAURICE BARING
Mr. Dayton, vocalist, told me of a fellow who cut a swell in various capacities a few years ago.
In respect to the Swans claims as a vocalist, we do not deem it worth while to go into any criticism.
To expert knowledge of the physiology of the vocal organs he adds practical experience as a vocalist.
THE VOICEFRANK E. MILLER
This gentleman, a Spaniard by birth, made his first debût before a Buenos Ayres audience in 1822, as a vocalist.

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