Examples of soprano in a Sentence
She sings in a high soprano.
Recent Examples of soprano from the Web
Friday’s concert, attended by about 1,120 people, featured leading soprano Ana María Martínez in a program of music about Spain in recognition of San Antonio’s roots as a Spanish city.
Her sister, soprano Edlyn de Oliveira, and husband, cellist Trevor Fitzpatrick, will join violist Charles Noble, percussionist Michael Roberts and clarinetist James Shields to perform.
European concert sopranos, such as Jenny Lind and Catherine Hayes, drew huge crowds and rave reviews during their U.S. tours.
Perhaps most notably, soprano Jan Chamberlain (who voted for Evan McMullin) resigned from the choir instead of participating in the inauguration.
But Alicia Hall Moran, an operatic mezzo-soprano, is irreverent and gutsy and well outside any box.
Not least of these is the chance to hear countertenor Iestyn Davies perform a number of baroque opera arias by Handel, in what's probably as close as possible to the castrato sound without using a boy singer or mixing in a soprano.
As Eboli must, the mezzo soprano Elīna Garanča —a glamour queen to set beside Nicole Kidman —cut the most scintillating figure in the carpet, inflecting her exotic musical arabesques with thrilling abandon.
Also memorable are mezzo-soprano Luretta Bybee as Frederic’s aging cockney nurse, Ruth, and lanky bass-baritone Ted Pickell, as pirate first mate, Samuel.
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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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