Definitions for "Voices"
The standard voice types, from highest to lowest, are: (female) soprano, mezzo-soprano, alto; (male) tenor, baritone, and bass. In this excerpt, the standard choral voice parts enter from lowest to highest (basses, tenors, altos, sopranos). Example: Handel, Messiah, "Hallelujah" Chorus Real Audio: 28K | 56K | About this album
The standard voice types, from highest to lowest, are: (female) soprano, mezzo-soprano, alto; (male) tenor, baritone and bass. Example: Handel, Messiah, "Hallelujah" Chorus Real Audio: 28k | 56k | About this album In this excerpt, the standard choral voice parts enter from lowest to highest (basses, tenors, altos, sopranos).
Voices is the title of the 1980 album released by Hall & Oates. It slowly became a massive hit, spinning off four singles into the top 40 of the American pop charts: "How Does It Feel to Be Back" (#30 in fall, 1980), "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" (#12 in winter, 1980), "Kiss on My List" (#1 for three weeks in spring, 1981), and "You Make My Dreams" (#5 in summer, 1981). Although "Everytime You Go Away" was not released as a single, it was famously covered by Paul Young in 1985 when it went to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.
Keywords:  erlendur, arnaldur, indri, ason, sten
Voices (Icelandic: Röddin) is a 2006 translation of a 2003 crime novel by Icelandic author Arnaldur Indriðason, another entry in the multi award-winning Detective Erlendur series. It was first published in English in August, 2006. The Swedish translation of the novel (Änglarösten) won Sweden's Martin Beck Award for the best crime novel in translation.