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On Saturday the Russian artist sang in the original keys – that is, without evident transpositions – and his bright, reedy tenor sailed sweetly and without strain over Bicket’s chamber orchestra, which was playing at modern pitch.
Fronting a four-piece band, Jesse Aycock of Tulsa, Okla., offered a ballad-rich country-folk set featuring his sweet, reedy voice.
Out front, there was a child's play kitchen with a sink full of stagnant, reedy water and a white car whose whole front had been sideswiped and deeply dented.
Though the material is a mixed bag, Alexander's beautifully reedy, restrained voice sounds great throughout.
They aren't impressed his high, reedy voice is reminiscent of Alan Alda's.
Final plans are being ironed out for a trio of Hilton-brand hotels on the upper end of the Buena Vista Lagoon, a reedy freshwater pond at the Oceanside-Carlsbad border that’s been the focus of a long-running restoration debate.
Her achingly vulnerable songs – sung in a plaintive, slightly reedy voice that Knitel channels – tell a story of love and loss that mirrors King’s own.
There, just before getting a molar pulled, Baudier came across a series of photos of reedy men with fishing rods and nets, lolling in boats and along the banks of lagoons.
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