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Bach's music? It was sung in church or it was enjoyed in taverns (7) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of September 22nd, 2015 other clues
Singer, perhaps from Spain, into big-band music, its leader adding a sparkle, they say (6,7)
Sing softly, lazily, steamily (7)
Shows clue to news (6,3)
Without help at first, is unable to sing (5)
They sing in a lot of variety shows, chiefly (5)
A show of pride? (5,4)
The Dickens Baritone art house showing (2,5)
Singer, fantastic belter (6)
Perhaps Amy was a mythical woman, a Greek character in times past (6)
Conflict with British over shortly, retreating unprepared (4,3)
Spice extract unaltered by hard work overwhelming small girl (6,3)
Sing rap: hold tight! (5)
Jealous man losing love, heading for tragedy that's unexpected (5)
Inconsistencies in Leonardo's work: first half is back to front; second half reportedly so (9)
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One sings a note softly, Queen taking one's place (7)
Two articles covering Mahler’s first song (6)
Origins of wassailing at inn swelling the belly (5)
Green at heart? Jealous ego? It could make you ill (1,4)
Nil — no contest (3,1,5)
A crooner’s opening with popular number one in concert — they get raspberries! (5)
Falsetto? Oh, of course: like a bat out of hell! (7)
Apes dress top-down (5)
Sad ballad (woe!) to produce a hit (4,1,4)
Constant talking puts treaty under strain (6)
Tenor with no depth on top note for cash (6)
Expressed in letters, Cage’s last piece, on margins in italic (9)
Leveraged restructuring for Slough? (9)
Sing out from the depths: Dylan's heart's in it (6)
Enlists guys, perhaps Boatman, by name (5,2)
Singer, collapsing, to bow out (6)

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