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Soprano: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: In choral music, the term soprano refers to a vocal part or line and not a ________.
Voice typeOperaVocal pedagogySinging

Question 2: To hear an example of a Light lyric soprano (Lucia Popp as Pamina in ________) click on this link: Watch Here
IdomeneoLa clemenza di TitoDie Entf├╝hrung aus dem SerailThe Magic Flute

Question 3: In rare cases, some coloratura roles go as high as G6 or A6 such as the concert aria Popoli di Tessaglia or the role of Europa in ________'s Europa riconosciuta.
Antonio SalieriLudwig van BeethovenOperaChristoph Willibald Gluck

Question 4: Usually (but not always) this voice has a lower tessitura than other sopranos, and a darker ________.
ColoraturaOperaChest voiceTimbre

Question 5: ________, the German system for classifying voices
FachBaritoneTenorOpera

Question 6: For instance a soprano and a ________ may have a similar range, but their tessituras will lie in different parts of that range.
OperaTenorMezzo-sopranoFach

Question 7: This voice has the brightness and height of a lyric soprano, but can be "pushed" to dramatic climaxes without strain, and may have a somewhat darker ________.
ColoraturaChest voiceOperaTimbre

Question 8: [6] A singer's tessitura is where the voice has the best ________, easy volume, and most comfort.
Chest voiceColoraturaTimbreOpera

Question 9: In classical music and ________, the term soubrette refers to both a voice type and a particular type of opera role.
FachThe opera corpusFrench operaOpera

Question 10: A soubrette voice is light with a bright, sweet ________, a tessitura in the mid-range, and with no extensive coloratura.
FachOperaChest voiceTimbre
















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