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Per Rabbi Shimon Eider's Sefer Hilchos Nidah a lady who is a Nidah should not sing in front of her husband.
In Taharah Kehalocha (vol. 1 pg. 201), Rabbi Y. Farkash quotes the Chok Yaakov (OC 479:6) and Yosef Ometz (603) as well as Otzer Haposkim in the the name of other poskim who forbid the husband from listening to his niddah wife's singing. The Shevet Halevi (Shu"t 5:197:4 and Shiurim 6:2 "Vegam B'Zmiros") applies this prohibition even when there are other ...
The source is Seridei Esh 2:8, as you can see from this Hebrew page and from this English one. Regrettably, I have been unable to find the teshuva online. The best I can offer you is this source, which contains the expurgated text of the teshuva, with the relevant halakhic material removed.
There is a discussion in a similar question, listening to a woman's voice through the radio or a record. There is a Machloket: Shut Ma'archey Lev (Tsirlson, Orach Haim, 5), Or Latsion(b6:13), Ase Lecha Rav (a28), and Yabia Omer 6a wrote that it is OK if you don't know the singer and never saw her. Tsits Eliezer 5b wrote it is allowed since the voice is not ...
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