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Songs about Voyce:
The First Booke of Balletts to Five Voyces, xiv (1595), Fire! Fire! my heart by The Deller Consort & Alfred Deller from the Album Little Big Box :: English Folk Songs and Madrigals :: English Folk Songs and Madrigals
Balletts to Five Voyces, Book 1: Now is the month of maying by Cambridge Singers from the Album Flora Gave Me Fairest Flowers - Elizabethan Madrigals
Black Coffee (feat. Voyce B.) by Chilltopia from the Album Tunnel Chill Zone Part 2
Madrigalls to Foure Voyces... The First Booke, (1594) - April is in my mistress' face by Alfred Deller & Deller Consort from the Album Alfred Deller: Madrigals, Complete Deller Vol. 5
50/50 Part 2 Feat Pc (Peter Colon) & Voyce by Tracy Sunshiine Woodall from the Album 50/50
Baby Momma Drama Feat. Voyce by Icemone from the Album Cold Blooded [Explicit]
Balletts and Madrigals to 5 Voyces: Hark All Ye Lovely Saints by Camerata Chamber Choir from the Album Masterpieces for Choir
Books about Voyce:
The Voyce of the World: Selected Writings of Sir Thomas Browne by Thomas Browne and Geoffrey Keynes (2007)
Psalms & hymns in solemn musick of foure parts on the common tunes to the Psalms in metre, used in parish-churches... by John Playford (Jan 17, 2011)
Voyce: Webster's Timeline History, 1550 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Jun 13, 2010)
The musical companion In two books: the first book containing catches and rounds for three voyces: the second... by John Playford (Jan 3, 2011)
The first epistle of H. N. A crying-voyce of the holye spirit of loue. Translated out of Base-almayne into English... by Hendrik Niclaes (Jul 13, 2010)
Edmund Ludlow: A Voyce from the Watch Tower, Part 5 (Camden Fourth Ser Vol21) by A. B. Worden (Dec 31, 1978)
The voyce of the cryer Containing 1. A denunciation of Gods judgements. 2. An Inuitation to repentance to preuent... by Alexander Udny (Jul 13, 2010)
Wiki information Voyce:
Thomas Michael Dunstan Voyce is a former English rugby union player who played at wing or fullback. He previously played for England.
Inez Ferne Voyce [Lefty] is a former first basewoman who played from 1946 through 1953 in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Listed at 5' 6", 148 lb., she batted and threw left-handed.