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soprano

Pronunciation: /səˈprænəʊ; səˈprɑːnəʊ/

Translation of soprano in Spanish:

noun/nombre (plural -nos)

  • soprano (masculine and feminine) boy soprano niño (masculine) soprano
    Example sentences
    • Why Mozart composed the motet for Rauzzini and not a female soprano is not known.
    • He visited Rome and Naples where he made contact with a number of singers, including the soprano Anna Strada who would become his leading lady.
    • It's an all out show but the music is just so emotional, it requires such a range in a singer, particularly the lead soprano.

adjective/adjetivo

  • [voice/recorder/saxophone] soprano; [part/role] de soprano

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