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Musical part or section higher in pitch than alto and other sections
Person or instrument that performs the soprano part
a woman's or boy's voice of high range
the pitch range of the highest female voice the highest female voice; the voice of a boy before puberty a female singer having or denoting a high range; "soprano voice"; "soprano sax"; "the boy still had a fine treble voice"; "the treble clef
A soprano is a woman, girl, or boy with a high singing voice. She was the main soprano at the Bolshoi theatre. a pretty girl with a sweet soprano voice. a soprano voice or instrument has the highest range of notes. Highest vocal register, ranging from about middle C to the second A above it. Sopranos are normally female but may also include boy sopranos and (previously) castrati (see castrato). Soprano voices are traditionally classified as dramatic (rich and powerful), lyric (lighter), and coloratura (high and very agile). The mezzo-soprano range is about a third lower
The highest register of the female voice
The treble; the highest vocal register; the highest kind of female or boy's voice; the upper part in harmony for mixed voices
The highest voice used in four part writing The traditional range of the soprano is C4 to G5
{i} highest singing voice of women or boys; part for such a voice; soprano singer
The highest female voice
highest female or boy's voice The soprano section at Knox is usually made up of adult women
a female singer
A singer, commonly a woman, with a treble voice
highest range voice, normally possessed by women or boys
The highest vocal part, usually sung by women (but sometimes by boys)
{s} of or pertaining to a soprano singer; having the singing voice or the range of a soprano
The highest range of voice The usual specified range is from E above middle C to the first G above the top line of the treble staff Some men can achieve the soprano range using Falsetto
The highest female vocal range, above alto
Highest range of human voice
the pitch range of the highest female voice
the high female voice which is then divided into different types, or fachs, ranging from the soubrette (lightest) to dramatic (heaviest/biggest sound), comprising in between: coloratura (the pyrotechnics specialist), lyric (sweet and steady), spinto (more bite) and combinations thereof (such as lyric-coloratura, lyric- spinto) The categories of lyric and dramatic carry over into designations of mezzosopranos, tenors and baritones
An alto with a superiority complex
the highest female voice; the voice of a boy before puberty
having or denoting a high range; "soprano voice"; "soprano sax"; "the boy still had a fine treble voice"; "the treble clef"
soprano clef
The C clef positioned to indicate that the bottom line of a staff represents the pitch of middle C
soprano clef
a clef that puts middle C on the bottom line of the staff
A person having such a voice
A voice or voice part intermediate in compass between soprano and contralto
sing soprano
To perform vocal music in a higher pitch than alto
sing soprano
To suffer castration or an injury to the testicles

A couple of women lawyers . . . drew a sharp, gleaming knife and applied it mentally to a target just south of the groom's waistline. If he doesn't like it, let the bastard go sing soprano to the A.C.L.U. Such was the ladies' thought.

singing soprano
In the manner of man who has been castrated or injured in the testicles

Loren Stokes, the fluid scorer from Hofstra, limped out singing soprano after a flagrant cheap-shot punch to the groin by George Mason guard Tony Skinn.

singing soprano
Castrated or injured in the testicles

Judah threw brilliant counters that temporarily stunned the undefeated welterweight titlist, endured two flagrant but apparently unintentional low punches that would've left many permanently singing soprano.

singing soprano
Present participle of sing soprano
mezzo soprano
voice between soprano and contralto
the female singing voice between contralto and soprano a soprano with a voice between soprano and contralto
A mezzo-soprano is a female singer who sings with a higher range than a contralto but a lower range than a soprano. She became a professional mezzo-soprano. her remarkable mezzo soprano voice. a female singing voice that is lower than a soprano but higher than an alto, or a woman with a voice like this
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soprano (voice)
(a) soprano
soprano ses
soprano sesli sanatçı
mezzo soprano
(Muzik) mezzo soprano



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    /səˈpranō/ /səˈprænoʊ/


    [ s&-'pra-(")nO, -'prä- ] (adjective.) 1730. From Italian, from Latin superanus, adjective from from preposition super (“la”).