contralto

[ kuh n-tral-toh ]SEE DEFINITION OF contralto

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It was a contralto voice, of a quality that made his pulses leap.

That is not an instrument for the production of tones in the contralto compass.

It is for two voices, a soprano and contralto, and is excellently written.

The second man might be an artificial soprano or a contralto.

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

The contralto voice clicked, and passed to its upper register.

And Mattie's contralto beautifully and nobly seconded the soprano.

The first tenor and the contralto, however, brought down the house.

Still she held on, and then gave a tremulous, rich, contralto note.

Among others, Housman's partner and Esther Lake, the contralto.

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