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-A '''singer''' or '''vocalist''' is a [[musician]] who uses his or her [[human voice|voice]] to produce [[music]]. Usually, singing refers to vocal [[melody]] only, though '''vocalist''' is a similar term which also encompasses non-melodic sounds and effectively includes anyone using their voice as part of a musical composition, including [[spoken word]], screaming, and [[rapping]]. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/{{PAGENAMEE}}] [May 2007]+A '''singer''' or '''vocalist''' is a [[musician]] who uses his or her [[human voice|voice]] to produce [[music]]. Usually, singing refers to vocal [[melody]] only, though '''vocalist''' is a similar term which also encompasses non-melodic sounds and effectively includes anyone using their voice as part of a musical composition, including [[spoken word]], screaming, and [[rapping]]. {{GFDL}}

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A singer or vocalist is a musician who uses his or her voice to produce music. Usually, singing refers to vocal melody only, though vocalist is a similar term which also encompasses non-melodic sounds and effectively includes anyone using their voice as part of a musical composition, including spoken word, screaming, and rapping.



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