from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A mezzo-soprano.
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- n. mezzo-soprano
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Mean; not extreme.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In music, middle; half; mean; moderate. Abbreviated M.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a soprano with a voice between soprano and contralto
- n. the female singing voice between contralto and soprano
JACQUI JERAS, CNN METEOROLOGIST: Well, Fred, right now, that same area that you were just talking about, the NOAA storm prediction center here has just issued what we call a mezzo scale discussion.
And now we just got what we call a mezzo scale discussion from the storm prediction center.
The mezzo was the New Zealander Wendy Dawn Thompson, with whom I once briefly corresponded in before-she-was-famous days.
News LAWRENCE | It's always exciting to observe a young artist such as mezzo-soprano Sasha
Instructors will include singers who enjoy international careers, such as mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Bishop, baritone Gregory Rahming and mezzo-soprano
The admirable Bernarda Fink is the soloist in the Nietzsche setting, though some may prefer more of a contralto sound than Fink's lightish mezzo; and for all the transparent beauty of the Concertgebouw's strings, the finale's hymn is never transcendent as it can be.
I had heard mezzo-soprano Michelle de Young a few years ago in a concert performance of the second act of "Tristan."
Mezzo Marie Lenormand was sweetly swaggering as the Fox, who woos and wins the Vixen; baritone Joshua Bloom was pure testosterone as Harašta; and mezzo Melissa Parks was imposing as the Forester's impatient wife and the Owl for which she wore a cagelike garment flecked with feathers.
I had the pleasure of attending opening night of The Tales of Hoffmann on August 5, and three principals stood out, vocally and dramatically: mezzo Catherine McKay Martin as Niklausse, bass-baritone Craig Irvin who sang the four devils, and tenor Nathaniel Peake in the title role.
This tour is in support of her recording-come-homage to 19th century mezzo Maria Malibran.
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