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But the theater’s intimacy allows for unamplified vocals and raises the emotional stakes of the piece, with its combustive romantic triangle and unstable magical kingdom of unicorns, fairies and jousting knights.
The unamplified crystalline sound of the singers — pure, modern but somehow Bach-like, too — seemed to lift the dancers as the whole lifted the audience.
The maximum decibel level for commercial zones is 65 decibels during the day and 60 decibels at night, but there is no limit for the unamplified voice, said D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs spokesman Jason Washington.
However, the other model simulated a smaller increase of 8 percent, which is close to the unamplified effect of water vapor capacity in warmer air.
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