Noun(1) a female singer(2) the highest female voice; the voice of a boy before puberty(3) the pitch range of the highest female voice
Adjective(1) having or denoting a high range
(1) It's yet another great pop song, despite the fact that the sound of a soprano sax gets me sawing off my shotguns and studying my Catcher in the Rye every time.(2) The horns jostle, then take flight, with Jones on soprano saxophone, tipping in some searing soul-blues streaks.(3) It starred a young soprano Marie Slowey and the officer and the singer fell in love and married.(4) Nina has a beautiful soprano voice which was a pleasure to hear.(5) Parker's ├ö├ç├┐New Fork├ö├ç├û explores circular territory that he normally negotiates on the soprano horn, making sideline squeaks and tubular honks.(6) Band leader, Ray Blue, is also a composer, arranger and performer on tenor, alto and soprano saxophones.(7) a piece composed for soprano, flute, and continuo(8) Her soprano voice deteriorated early, perhaps from overwork - as Marguerite in Faust, she once performed 24 consecutive nights.(9) My Oboe Concerto also plays with this kind of baroque set-up: the soloist is surrounded by a group of three more oboes and a soprano saxophone.(10) So great was the applause - and because it lasted so long - she reappeared and continued to sing in her clear soprano voice that reached the very back of the Opera House.(11) The other girl sang in a clear soprano that weaved its way through the flute's melody and soared through the audience.(12) This CD features five recording sessions from 1949-the year in which the majestic New Orleans-born soprano saxophonist decided to make France his home.(13) As I mentioned, last night there were three singers the choir - two basses and a soprano - off singing in a performance of the Rachmaninov Vespers.(14) She played it to the hilt as an over-inebriated soprano trying to sing in an operetta.(15) On soprano sax, he adds featured guest Joe McPhee, the avant-jazz legend whose career is so crucial that the HatHut label was founded specifically to document his work.(16) Tom Arthurs' Centipede are fidgety writhers, striking angular shapes with tricky grooves and utilising the spiked fork of their leader's trumpet and Laubrock's soprano saxophone.
(1) mezzo-soprano :: mezzo-soprano
1. treble ::
2. treble ::
Different Formssoprano, sopranos
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