The role of Zerlina is typically sung by a soubrette soprano.
Donna Elvira is a soprano role.
The Sound of a Voice - opera - was created in 2003.
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Contraltos or Altos are a lower sounding female voice in choral music. This is the range between Mezzo-Sopranos and Tenors (ususally men). They have a darker haunting sounded voice compared to the Coloratura (high) Soprano voice.
Maybe an opera singer can have a raspy voice, if a character is written that way. That said, a raspy voice won't project very well.
when you do opera its with your voice and when you do classical music its with an instrument
Often these are called 'trouser roles'. The female voice is low, singing at the highest possible range for a male voice. In the 2009-2010 season, Susan Graham sang the role of a male in Der Rosenkavalier at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City.
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You can name an opera singer by the voice sung: Loosely, soprano, mezzo-soprano, tenor, baritone, or bass. There are more voice distinctions, below.
A soprano. Voice classification is based on range not gender.
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Because when you sing opera your voice has to go higher than singing normal
Opera singers have to develop a very strong singing voice in order for their voice to carry across a very large stadium or opera house because usually there are no microphones. They also sing "that way" because they can and have been trained in the operatic style.
A soprano voice is the highest pitch in opera music. It is normally considered to be a voice that ranges from around middle C to a high A, or from middle C and about two octaves above that pitch.It is mostly a reference in opera music to the highest women performers.oh yes it is!!
Opera singers sing opera. Here are the different types of opera singers, ranging from highest voice to lowest:Female:SopranoMezzo-sopranoAltoContraltoMale:CountertenorTenorBaritoneBass