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sing soprano

To be able to sing in the soprano vocal range, which is the highest singing voice for women and boys. The soprano range starts at middle C and goes two octaves higher. Who here can sing soprano? I can't believe they picked me to sing soprano on the harmony for that song—I'm so excited!
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She was a member of the Church of the Reconciliation in Webster, where she sang soprano in the choir and helped at the Friendly Corner for several years.
She admitted being sick with nerves before the tryout, in which she sang soprano aria Vissi D'arte, and was shaking before she went on stage in front of Simon Cowell and fellow judges Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon.
Her father, Emmy Award- winning CBS music supervisor Ron Noll, often conducted productions of Gilbert & Sullivan in which her mother, Sara-Ann Noll, sang soprano leads.
That boys commonly sang soprano until the age of sixteen or seventeen in the prewar era continues to be the source of varying degrees of amazement and speculation.
I recall (dimly perhaps) a Messiah performance which he conducted in which Dame Eva Turner sang soprano and Harold Williams bass.
He sang in the tenor section and Dorothy, who served in the ATS during the 1939-45 war, sang soprano.
In addition to giving recitals and teaching, she sang soprano in Thamyris, an award-winning, nationally recognized chamber ensemble.
An admirer of Handel and Bach, Mr John became involved in choral music as a young man when he sang soprano in the West Midlands.
My voice just seemed so natural when I sang soprano,'' said Livingston.
Money," sang soprano Debra Field, "the long green,/cash, stash, rhino, jack,/or just plain dough.
She sang soprano with the Golden Harmonizers for many years.
She sang soprano in the Bartlett High School Alumni Choir.
She sang soprano in the Worcester Music Festival for 32 years, and loved acting in various plays at St.