How to Pronounce alto?

Correct pronunciation for the word "alto" is [ˈaltə͡ʊ], [ˈaltə‍ʊ], [ˈa_l_t_əʊ].

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"Alto" in context

Alto is a musical term meaning "high" in Italian. In musical notation, alto indicates the second-highest vocal range in classical music and when referred to as a voice type, is a type of classical female singing voice. Alto parts typically lie between the soprano and tenor in choirs and vocal ensembles, and can also be found in brass and woodwind instrumental music. In the choral repertoire, alto voices can typically be heard singing the lower harmony parts. In classical music, the alto range is typically defined as A3 (220 Hz) to F5 (770 Hz).

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