Examples of soprano in a Sentence
She sings in a high soprano.
Recent Examples of soprano from the Web
Her unearthly, quavering soprano seems to struggle through the scrim of surface static on the original 78s, carrying the heart-stopping grief of a woman who survived the extermination of her people.
Not a tenor, but a soprano: Dame Gwyneth Jones (born 1936).
Guest conductor David Bloom leads the Present Music ensemble and mezzo-soprano Lucy Dhegrae in a concert of music that uses repetition.
The concert will feature bass-baritone Daniel Mobbs and soprano Mary Dunleavy along with Portland Opera resident artists and other musicians.
Openings are available in all vocal sections, though limited in the soprano and alto sections.
Rising to fame as a classical soprano during her preteen years, Charlotte debuted her first album, Voice of an Angel, in 1998.
There to introduce a performance by her aunt Caroline Cooper, Church stole the spotlight with her soaring soprano.
Yma Sumac Yma Sumac is a beautiful, Peruvian soprano.
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First Known Use of soprano
SOPRANO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of soprano for English Language Learners
: the highest voice part in a singing group
: the highest female singing voice or a person with this voice
SOPRANO Defined for Kids
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