Definición de vocalism en inglés:

vocalism

Saltos de línea: vo¦cal|ism
Pronunciación: /ˈvəʊk(ə)lɪz(ə)m
 
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  • 1 [mass noun] The use of the voice or vocal organs in speech: his composition uses many types of vocalism from humming and whistling to invented languages
  • 1.1The skill or art of exercising the voice in singing: jazz vocalism has been a strong influence on popular singing [count noun]: his trademark vocalisms have helped set the standard for hard rock as we know it
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    • Röschmann's imposing yet sensitive vocalism and sheer stamina are a triumph.
    • Clare Lesser responds with some stunning vocalism whilst keeping a clear, expressive purity of tone, though I still felt that she could have had more feel for the words.
    • And in the duets, Rutter and Gavin were glorious; faced with such wonderful vocalism we could not help but be carried away and forget the work's rather dodgy dramaturgy.
  • 2 Phonetics A vowel sound or articulation.
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    • But of course, linguists will note, the vocalism is different here: bock does not rhyme with buck.
  • 2.1A system of vowels used in a given language.

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