Boy sopranos

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This list has 20 members. See also Male singers, Singers by voice type, Child singers

  1. Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson

    1,075,573 views
    Singer

  2. David Hemmings

    David Hemmings

    5,520 views
    Actor, boy soprano, film director, film producer, screenwriter

  3. Aled Jones

    Aled Jones

    1,656 views
    British singer and broadcaster

  4. Charles Hawtrey

    Charles Hawtrey

    787 views
    English film actor

  5. Bobby Breen

    Bobby Breen

    709 views
    American actor

  6. Joseph McManners

    Joseph McManners

    116 views
    British singer, actor

  7. Andrew Johnston (singer)

    Andrew Johnston (singer)

    98 views
    Scottish singer

  8. Chet Allen

    Chet Allen

    83 views
    American opera singer

  9. Graham Payn

    Graham Payn

    59 views
    British singer and actor

  10. Paul Miles-Kingston

    Paul Miles-Kingston

    52 views
    British opera singer

  11. Darien Angadi

    Darien Angadi

    43 views
    British actor

  12. Anthony Way

    Anthony Way

    35 views
    English musician and actor

  13. Peter Auty

    Peter Auty

    29 views
    British singer

  14. The Choirboys

    The Choirboys

    14 views

    The Choirboys are an English boy band, made up of cathedral choristers. In 2005, a talent search was held to find a young chorister to bring choral music into the then current music scene, however, the judges could not decide which of its three finalists should be given the recording contract and decided to put them together as a trio.


  15. Robin Blaze

    Robin Blaze

    8 views
    British opera singer

  16. James Westman

    James Westman

    6 views
    Canadian baritone

  17. Roy Goodman

    Roy Goodman

    2 views
    British musician

  18. Ernest Lough

    Ernest Lough

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    Ernest Arthur Lough (17 November 1911 - 22 February 2000) (pronounced Luf) was an English boy soprano who sang the famous solo O for the Wings of a Dove from Mendelssohn's Hear My Prayer for the Gramophone Company (later HMV and then EMI) in 1927. The record became HMV's biggest seller for 1927, and made the piece, the choir and the soloist world famous. The original master recording wore out and a second version had to be recorded to replace it in 1928. In 1962, it became EMI's first million-selling classical record, earning it "gold disc" status.


  19. Thomas Jesty

    Thomas Jesty

    1 view
    British singer

  20. Horace Stevens

    Horace Stevens

    1 view
    Operatic bass-baritone