Manly Singers

A gathering place for men who take part in the manly art of singing whether they sing in church choirs, barbershop quartets, or just enjoy singing for the sake of singing

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This is probably the manliest version I've ever heard of The Trumpet Shall Sound.

This is a good example of an all male choir from the nation of male choirs - Wales.

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Another Publication within Brain Science on Power of Music

Started by Mongoose Nov 11. 0 Replies

I am not sure what this signifies or what it means, but it is very significant. This research is evidence that music actually affects how our brain functions on a cellular level. Music is quite…Continue

Manly singers

Started by Sean. Last reply by Alvaro Mar 26. 16 Replies

So who's your favourite male singer, or the singer whom you think is manliest? My favourite is Mario Del Monaco, the singing volcano.   Continue

So, what do you sing?

Started by Sean. Last reply by Saxon Dec 19, 2014. 5 Replies

I thought it might be time to start a discussion with this group, and this seemed like a decent topic. I currently don't sing in any choir, though I am taking classical singing lessons. After over a…Continue

Glimmerglass Opera - The Flying Dutchman

Started by Alan Andrews. Last reply by Michael J. K. Oct 10, 2014. 1 Reply

My wife and I celebrated our 27th anniversary this past weekend.  We're both singers, and met in the Dallas Opera Chorus, so that's pretty much where the attraction began (plus, she used to sit in…Continue

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Comment by Michael J. K. on December 3, 2014 at 5:52pm

hugs Rusty do not keep your mouth open when outside in cold weather it may help.

Comment by Mongoose on November 29, 2014 at 9:27am

Reason number 43,769 why I hate winter: my uvula is all swollen from the dry air! Screws up my voice!

Comment by Michael J. K. on July 11, 2014 at 1:08pm

hope all is well

Comment by Paul on July 5, 2014 at 5:02am

Been singing informally for about 3 years. 2 years in a band, then I joined the Navy choir in Texas when I was going through Corps school and absolutely loved it. To this day I'm a little unsure still as to whether I'm a bass or Tenor 2. My range is very inconsistent for some reason..

Comment by Michael J. K. on June 14, 2014 at 10:28am

I have been singing all my life.   Sing in church choir and studied voice in college.   Baritone

Comment by Alan Andrews on June 27, 2013 at 11:10am

Hello.  I'm a basso who sings with a few local opera companies, and am the section leader in a church choir.  I've also done the occasional musical, and have a latent ambition to be a lounge lizard.

Glad to be here.

Comment by Stein on August 1, 2012 at 10:09am

I am glad to join this group. I do a lot of musical theater, but enjoy singing all types of music.


Comment by Miles R. on December 26, 2010 at 10:09pm
Professional classical singer here---and by "professional" I mean only that I generally expect to be paid for my singing, not that I earn enough to live from it!
Comment by Steve M on October 28, 2010 at 12:49pm
Gentlemen, I love to sing. But the last few years I have been limited to only singing specials during church services. When I was in college I took private voice lessons and sang in the large choir. Now, I mostly sing to myself. My wife and daughters are much better vocally. I always have to rely on the anointing of the Holy Spirit to stay on key anymore.
Comment by John Wright on May 5, 2010 at 11:12am
Glad to have you aboard, David. I'm sorry if I vanish for extend periods of time. I sing with my church choir and I used to sing at the University that I recently graduated from. I'm also glad to hear that your planning on doing Vocal Music Education.

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