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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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Asater sings soprano and says the choir sings a 'bit of everything' and at the upcoming concert they will be performing 21 different songs to celebrate 21 years of performing.
The better news is he now sings soprano in the Chinese Opera.
She now sings soprano with The Ascension Singers, a five piece choir based in Leeds who specialise in one-to-a part, a cappella choral music.
Amy Andrews, 16, who sings soprano in the choir, said: "I don't think we've performed in front of such a big audience before.
Producers are also auditioning for a female with a playing age of 18 to 30 who sings soprano and has strong dance ability to potentially join the show's cast.
She's also the executive director of--and sings soprano for--Gloria Musicae.
It had perhaps its first-ever performance in 1969, at Aberdeen University, in an edition prepared by Dr Alison Shiel who sings soprano with Bach Choir.
Margaret is in the cathedral musical society and sings soprano with the cathedral choir.
Marie, who sings soprano, said: "I saw an advert for the Big Sing in the Examiner and I thought it looked absolutely amazing and we had to get involved.