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Moving to lessons with celebrated American basso profundo Daniel Lewis Williams forced him to begin thinking about music as a full-time career.
Charles, who had a powerful basso profundo (the deepest type of male singing voice), toured with Sam Hague's Minstrels, and John is told their shows, unlike many music hall shows, were highly respectable and suitable for all the family.
The most demanding role of the soloists in this score goes to the baritone who must navigate his falsetto and plumb his basso profundo.
2 BUT IF you're more into drum and bass than basso profundo, then a trip to Derry's Celtronic music festival might be more up your street.
Rating 5/5 Christopher Morley The Midland Sinfonia The Artrix, Bromsgrove An ensemble of eight cellos alone might seem a limiting combination, but as the personable young conductor Richard Laing pointed out during Saturday's concert, the instrument can in fact span the entire range of the human voice, from basso profundo to coloratura soprano.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] His commanding basso profundo voice has been described as one of the most recognizable in entertainment history Millions of TV viewers hear him daily announcing, "This is CNN.
Rachmaninoff's sumptuous harmonies, including the demanding basso profundo part, were sung with a full, rich sound, which was enhanced by the acoustics in the cathedral; the required wide range of dynamic shadings was dramatically and sensitively delivered by the chorus.
Freedman, his basso profundo voice almost immediately lulling this reporter into a state of serenity.