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Dumnil, the tenor, used to steal jewellery from the soprano and contralto of the troop, and get intoxicated with the baritone.

The unknown singer had a contralto voice, with all the richness of tone of the most highly trained prima donna.

Tenor, contralto, baritone, and bass vie with each other in performing dangerous feats of vocal agility.

Stars of the OperaMabel Wagnalls

Louis, having unfastened the bundle, tried over some of the songs, and taught Frank readily the contralto of two.

It is a contralto that can express profound depths of feeling.

The Girls at Mount MorrisAmanda Minnie Douglas

The contralto voice trembled ever so little, and the gloved hand smoothed gently the brass knob beneath.

The ReturnWalter de la Mare

The contralto in an opera company has a somewhat thankless task.

Valerie's voice was always low pitched and had the mellow sweetness peculiar to a contralto.

A Modern MercenaryKate Prichard and Hesketh Vernon Hesketh-Prichard

The contralto of the opera company was a large, powerful woman whose name ended in ski.

The Sunset TrailAlfred Henry Lewis

Then there was D'Angri, a contralto who sang Rossini to perfection.

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