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  1. Crooner - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Crooner El término crooner proviene del verbo inglés to croon, que denota una forma de cantar suave y murmurante, sin proyectar la voz. 1 Por ello, este término se aplica en general al cantante solista que explota estas características (hombre o mujer).

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    Crooner is a term used to describe primarily male singers who performed using a smooth style made possible by better microphones which picked up quieter sounds and a wider range of frequencies, allowing the singer to utilize more dynamic range and perform in a more intimate manner.

  3. Crooners are singers who sing in a soft, intimate style made possible by the introduction of microphones and amplification. This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by adding missing items with reliable sources. Contents 1 Golden Age (1920s-1960s) 2 Post-Golden Age (1970s-Present)

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    14/01/2022 · Crooner is a term used to describe primarily male singers who performed using a smooth style made possible by better microphones which picked up quieter sounds and a wider range of frequencies, allowing the singer to utilize more dynamic range and perform in a more intimate manner.

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    1932 film Crooner Teddy Taylor conducts his band Directed byLloyd Bacon Screenplay byCharles Kenyon Story bybased on a story by Rian James Produced byLucien Hubbard StarringDavid Manners Ann Dvorak CinematographyRobert Kurrle Edited byHoward Bretherton Music byVitaphone Orchestra conducted by Leo F. Forbstein Production companies First National Pic...

    Teddy Taylor is the leader of Ted Taylor's Collegians. One night, his usual singer can't sing. He decides to try out singing. However, his voice can't be heard over the band. A dancer stops and jokes with him by handing him a megaphone. Taylor sings through it, and he is heard. The ladies are enamored with his soft voice while the men are disgusted...

    Donald Novis provided Ted Taylor's singing voice. Rudy Vallée was originally considered for the role of Taylor, but contracts prevented this.

    "It hands a loud but quite amusing razz to all such radio performers," wrote a critic for Photoplay. "Ken Murray and Ann Dvorak help to make this bright and entertaining."

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