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Did someone in the 1960's or 1970's sing a popular song with the phrase Moonlight So Bright in it ?

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SOURCE: Who sang a song in the 1960's or 1970's with phrase Moonlight so Bright in it ?

please check.

https://allpoetry.com/poem/12304804-moonlight-so-bright-by-girllovesboy

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Is someone going to answer my question Dennis J. ? Regarding the artist mentions the ocean and says the phrase Moonlight so Bright Rock and Roll


you probably will not get an answer unless a music buff reads the question and is good for old music
try googling using the known lyrics in your search

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Who sang a song in the 1960's or 1970's with phrase Moonlight so Bright in it ?


please check.

https://allpoetry.com/poem/12304804-moonlight-so-bright-by-girllovesboy

Dec 15, 2016 | Audio Players & Recorders

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What are the titles for the songs that the various characters play and sing?


The piece that Mary plays at the party at Lucas Lodge in episode 1, section 3, is popularly called the "Harmonious Blacksmith", from the Suite #5 by George Frideric Handel. The piece that Caroline Bingley plays at Netherfield in episode 1, section 6, is popularly called the "Gypsy Rondo", from the Piano Trio #39 by Joseph Haydn, The first piece that Mary plays and sings (badly) at the Netherfield party, in episode 2, section 5, is popularly known as "Handel's Largo" and is the opening aria of the opera "Serses". It is called 'Ombra mai fu'. She then goes on to sing "My mother bids me bind my hair", an art song by Haydn (and actually much less ambitious given it was written for the purpose of performance in the home). The piece that Louisa (Bingley) Hurst then plays (perhaps to show Mary up) is the "Rondo alla Turca", the 3rd movement of the Piano Sonata #11 by Mozart. The piece that Lizzy plays for Colonel Fitzwilliam and Mr. Darcy at Rosings, in episode 3, section 4, is the 1st movement of the same Mozart sonata that contains the "Rondo alla Turca". The song that Lizzy sings and plays at Pemberley, in episode 5, section 1, is 'Voi che sapete' (translated here as 'Say, ye who borrow') from Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro". The piece that Georgiana then plays, in the scene when Lizzy and Darcy's eyes meet, is Beethoven's "Andante favori".

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An old song(1930s)"a pretty girl is like a melody"


"A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody" is a popular song written by Irving Berlin in 1919 which became the theme song of the Ziegfeld Follies. The first verse and refrain are considered part of the Great American Songbook and are often covered as a jazz standard.
Wikipedia: Pretty Girl Is Like Melody

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pretty girl is like melody

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Who sings song till I see you again


Looked everywhere friend . My best guess
http://www.metrolyrics.com/nothin-but-the-taillights-lyrics-clint-black.html
Try putting the word lyrics and then the words of the song you want to find; in to your Search Engine I cant find ANY with 'FADE INTO MOONLIGHT'

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How do you teach someone to project when they sing?


i also am not really good at this but ive been a member of our school choral since elementary, hs and college, church choir too.. we dont get lectures about singing but we were taught that for our voice to come out good we have to open our mouth wide.. like when we say "O", open our mouth wide enough to fit 3 fingers... dunno how to explai it but it works especially if you're singing without microphone, that is to exaggerate your voice.. then you have to feel of course what youre singing, facial expressions is also a way to project...

do vocalizations, exercise for singing, inhaling and exhaling..etc

then when singing, youve to know when to inhale and exhale so that you wont sound like you lack oxygen.... to not try to sing too high pitched song (if you sing like mariah well u can) if u cant, try to sing songs according to your pitch, so that you can project or sing it well without cracking, hmm like sounding flat or sharp..

good luck..

and btw, i think there are tutorials on youtube for singing lessons.

if my suggestion andonline lessons doesnt work then try to attend voice lessons with pro.. smile!

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Magic Singalong Song Chips - question please


Not exactly, magic sing comes in different models with different song chip. Old magic sings uses Black with metal song chip, Black song chips, Silver song chips and Gray song chips.

For your Magic sing II (I believed it has four song chips slot) the compatible song chip is the Silver song chip.

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