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 mezzo-soprano 添加此单词到默认生词本
adj.
女中音(部)
n.
女中音, 女中音歌唱者



    mezzo-soprano
    [ noun ]
    1. a soprano with a voice between soprano and contralto

    2. <noun.person>
    3. the female singing voice between contralto and soprano

    4. <noun.communication>


    Mezzo-soprano \Mez"zo-so*pra"no\, a. (Mus.)
    Having a medium compass between the soprano and contralto; --
    said of the voice of a female singer. -- n.
    (a) A mezzo-soprano voice.
    (b) A person having such a voice.

    1. Sandra Walker of Richmond, as her sister Olga, has a mezzo-soprano so rich she sounds more matronly than girlish, but yet it's a beautiful voice.
    2. Hampson's baritone is attractive and sounds easily produced. Miss Troyanos' mezzo-soprano is confident and she displayed a comic touch, getting laughs where some mezzos don't but maybe going too far in lurching around the stage with a butterfly net.
    3. Singing is drudgery and the more popular one gets, the harder it is to continue, says mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne.
    4. It sounds like a cross between a female mezzo-soprano and words coming through a hollow reed.
    5. American mezzo-soprano Grace Bumbry lost her valiant battle to sing the title role in "Aida" before Prince Charles and Princess Diana, defeated by hay fever and tonsillitis.
    6. Conducted by Erich Leinsdorf, the 140-member orchestra will be joined by mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne, violist Nobuko Imai, and 40 members of the Harvard Glee Club.
    7. American mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne got a warm reception at the Royal Opera House in London's Covent Garden, singing one of her best roles there for the first time.
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