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Synonyms for soprano

the highest female voice

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the pitch range of the highest female voice

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having or denoting a high range

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Germany, Mexico, Costa Rica, New York, everywhere," said Soprana.
Looking out over Petralia Sottana (lower) and Petralia Soprana (upper), we discovered young green durum wheat waving in the breeze, like a freshly vacuumed carpet.
There you'll find treasures like the Barolo Le Vigne from my favourite producer, Luciano Sandrone, Gaja's legendary Barbaresco and Aldo Conterno's superb Barolo, Bussia Soprana.
Genoa was bombed during World War II, but the 15th Century home of Columbus near Porta Soprana, survived, although you need to book to look inside the house.
Don't miss the Doges Palace in Piazza Matteotti and Columbus's house in Porta Soprana.
Soprana Charlotte Page who has done good things with Welsh National Opera looked as good as she sang and a troupe of dancers came up with some fabulous costumes and imaginitive choreography.
Destaco que entre las voces que participan en la opera producida en Suiza estan Julieta Gonzalez (quien personifica a La Sospecha en la obra), soprana mexicana "quien empieza una carrera interesante en Europa en musica antigua, estudio aca en el Conservatorio; en Polonia, hizo especializaciones", o la mezzo peruana Josefina Brivio (Belona), finalista de Operalia, "con una carrera relevante".
Italian mineral prospector Giuseppe Agozzino (Via Porta Soprana 13/3 16123 Genova, Italy) went very dangerously poking around this past January in an abandoned (closed around 1955) copper/iron mine with intriguingly ancient (Etruscan) traces: the Libiola mine, Sestri Levante, Genova, Italy.