Soprano

A soprano is a type of classical female singing voice and has the highest vocal range of all voice types. The soprano`s vocal range (using scientific pitch notation where middle C is written as `C4`) is from approximately middle C (C4) = 261 Hz to `high A` (A5) =880 Hz in choral music, or to `soprano C` (C6, two octaves above middle C) =104...
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soprano

the highest of the standard four voice ranges (bass, tenor, alto, soprano)
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soprano

the highest of the standard four voice ranges (bass, tenor, alto, soprano)
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Soprano

• (n.) A singer, commonly a woman, with a treble voice. • (n.) The treble; the highest vocal register; the highest kind of female or boy`s voice; the upper part in harmony for mixed voices.
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Soprano

(voice) The highest female voice range
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soprano

treble adjective having or denoting a high range; `soprano voice`; `soprano sax`; `the boy still had a fine treble voice`; `the treble clef`
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Soprano

[software] Soprano is a software library that provides an object-oriented C++/Qt4 framework for RDF data. Soprano was created as a sub project under the NEPOMUK project and forms a part of the semantic desktop in KDE Software Compilation 4. Soprano functions as a repository to store information generated by the NEPOMUK server (like ratings,...
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Soprano

So·pra'no noun ; plural English Sopranos , Italian Soprani . [ Italian , from soprano superior, highest, from sopra above, Latin supra . See Sovereign .] (Mus.) (a) The treble; the highest vocal register; the highest kind of female or...
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Soprano

A soprano is the highest voice category. Instruments having a high range (like a soprano singer's range) are sometimes called soprano as well, like soprano saxophones or soprano recorders.
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soprano

Highest range of the female voice, from around D4 (the D above middle C) to A6. Some operatic roles require the extended upper range of a coloratura soprano, reaching to around F6, for example Kiri Te Kanawa. It is also used before the name of an instrument that sounds in the same range as the sopran...
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Soprano

Highest-ranged voice, normally possessed by women or boys.
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Soprano

In music, soprano is the highest kind of female or boy's voice, forming the upper part in harmony for mixed voices. The name is also given to a singer, commonly a woman, with a treble voice.
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soprano

soprano 1. A woman, girl, or young boy with the highest register of singing voice. 2. The highest register of singing voice a woman, girl, or boy can have. 3. A singing part written for someone with the highest register of voice. 4. A musical instrument; especially, a wind instrument, with the highest or second-highest pitch of instruments in it...
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soprano

soprano [Ital.,=above], female voice of highest pitch. The three basic types of solo soprano are coloratura, lyric, and dramatic. The coloratura has a great range and impressive vocal agility; the lyric soprano has a light, pretty voice; and the dramatic soprano has a sustained power suitable for op...
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Soprano

The highest female voice.
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soprano

the highest human vocal register, extending approximately from middle C to the second A above. A voice with a range approximately from the A below ... [2 related articles]
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soprano

the highest of the standard four voice ranges (bass, tenor, alto, soprano)
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soprano

the highest of the standard four voice ranges (bass, tenor, alto, soprano)
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Soprano

The highest range of the female voice; lyric soprano is warm, graceful; dramatic soprano is fuller and heaver, e.g. A lyric soprano role would be Mim
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soprano

The treble; the highest vocal register; the highest kind of female or boy's voice; the upper part in harmony for mixed voices. ... A singer, commonly a woman, with a treble voice. ... Origin: It, fr. Soprano superior, highest, fr. Sopra above, L. Supra. ... (04 Mar 1998) ...
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