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Crossed Voices

· By Sommersmith · Published 7 months ago

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  • Ariel Haymarket 8:15 · 7 months ago
    Very well written!
    • Sommersmith constructor · 7 months ago
      Thanks!
    • Mike D 🤓8:20 · 7 months ago
      BASSFISHING
      44A BASSFISHINGCasually mentioning to any deep-voiced guys you meet that you and two friends would love to start a barbershop quartet
      was my favorite 😂😂 - great puzzle!
    • Bodegas 🤓9:43 · 7 months ago
      Beautiful puzzle. I had typo at INC
      9D INC"Monsters, ___"
      , but think Monsters' INN is also a fun idea.
      • Sommersmith constructor · 7 months ago
        I'd watch it! :D
      • benchen71 🤓8:54 · 7 months ago
        Nice themer! ONTHEHIGHCS
        17A ONTHEHIGHCSPlace for a soprano in a pirate shanty?
        was a highlight.
        • Sommersmith constructor · 7 months ago
          Thanks! Coming up with the theme entries was fun for this one :)
        • Cindy Heisler 🤓20:29 · 7 months ago
          Fun puzzle! Thanks!
          • Tonearm 🤓6:08 · 7 months ago
            So many options for Sieglinde and Sigmund's relationship...
            • Sommersmith constructor · 7 months ago
              👀👀👀
            • capybara 🤓13:31 · 7 months ago
              simply brilliant, especially the theme clues
            1ACarne _____
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            Across
            1. 1A
              Carne _____
            2. 6A
              Reversed, as an 30-Down
              Revision[----]
              to a musical score
            3. 11A
              Efron of "High School Musical"
            4. 14A
              Like the music of Bach, Beethoven, or Brahms (but not Berg, Boulez, or Babbitt)
            5. 15A
              Who should be talking when the conductor is talking
            6. 16A
              Environmentalist's prefix
            7. 17A
              Place for a soprano in a pirate shanty?
            8. 19A
              "The hills ___ alive..."
            9. 20A
              Loses temporarily, as a pencil just when the conductor is giving notes (of course)
            10. 21A
              Ready for performance, as a brass instrument
            11. 23A
              Utter
            12. 24A
              Tin Lizzies
            13. 28A
              Altos, tenors, and consciences
            14. 32A
              Music _____: Wagner's preferred term for his epic operas
            15. 36A
              Polynesian paste
            16. 37A
              Like a scene from "Hair" that caused controversy but made the costume designer's job easy
            17. 38A
              Frequent meal choice for someone trying to make it as a professional singer, perhaps
            18. 39A
              "The Legend of Zelda" console
            19. 40A
              Faceplanted
            20. 41A
              Birthplace of kabuki theater, Carnatic music, and Tuvan throat singing
            21. 42A
              She's in DC repping the Bronx
            22. 43A
              Sounds of derision
            23. 44A
              Casually mentioning to any deep-voiced guys you meet that you and two friends would love to start a barbershop quartet
            24. 47A
              Celtic-inspired new age singer McKennitt
            25. 48A
              "Much ___ About Nothing"
            26. 51A
              Party animal of Greek myth
            27. 54A
              Guys backstage running the lights and sound system
            28. 57A
              Bench where 18-Down
              They're usually in four parts[-----]
              are sung
            29. 58A
              Harmonious ocean biomes?
            30. 62A
              Mentalist Geller
            31. 63A
              Currency that Berlin Philharmonic tickets are priced in
            32. 64A
              Tony winner _____ Elise Goldsberry of "Hamilton"
            33. 65A
              ___ sequitur
            34. 66A
              Subject matter of many shape-note 18-Down
              They're usually in four parts[-----]
            35. 67A
              Brief burst of energy
            Down
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              Elemental particles
            2. 2D
              Justice Sotomayor
            3. 3D
              Like a choir member impatiently counting rests
            4. 4D
              "Ordinary Band" singer Katie
            5. 5D
              "___ iacta est" ("The die is cast")
            6. 6D
              Non-harmonized singing
            7. 7D
              Yuletide beverage
            8. 8D
              Homeric outcry?
            9. 9D
              "Monsters, ___"
            10. 10D
              Chrysler vehicle named for a conquistador
            11. 11D
              What you should sing a triumphant fortissimo passage with
            12. 12D
              Farmland measure
            13. 13D
              Like a school with an SATB ensemble, presumably
            14. 18D
              They're usually in four parts
            15. 22D
              Really digs
            16. 25D
              Electronic music pioneers _______ Mode
            17. 26D
              Greek love god
            18. 27D
              Super Bowl ___: game scheduled for February 13, 2022
            19. 28D
              Holm or McKellen of "Lord of the Rings"
            20. 29D
              Conductor's left hand, sometimes
            21. 30D
              Revision
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              Where 32-Across
              Music _____: Wagner's preferred term for his epic operas[------]
              are staged
            23. 32D
              Colorless
            24. 33D
              Tabula ____ ("blank slate" theory of mental development)
            25. 34D
              Kingsley or Martin of British literature
            26. 35D
              Insultingly small, as the number of different notes in the alto parts of many 18-Down
              They're usually in four parts[-----]
            27. 39D
              A stuffy one might make singing difficult
            28. 40D
              Triple Oscar winner Lee
            29. 42D
              Translated aria?
            30. 43D
              Sing like Elvis Costello
            31. 45D
              Like the rhymes in many traditional English carols, frankly
            32. 46D
              How gigging musicians are often paid
            33. 48D
              "Can I see _____?" (request at a restaurant)
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              What you must do to the conductor regarding interpretive choices, even if you think yours would make more sense
            35. 50D
              Beginning of a musical sound
            36. 51D
              Like yarn or cotton candy
            37. 52D
              Dynamic opener?
            38. 53D
              Sieglinde, to Siegmund
            39. 55D
              Sings a B-natural instead of a B-flat, e.g.
            40. 56D
              Shed tears, as upon hearing a particularly moving song
            41. 59D
              Tint
            42. 60D
              British pop singer Rita
            43. 61D
              Decay
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