tenor

tenor
['tenə(r)] 1.
nome
1) mus. (singer, voice) tenore m.
2) (tone) tenore m., tono m.
3) dir. (exact wording) copia f. esatta
2.
modificatore mus. [saxophone] tenore
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['tenə]
noun
((a man with) a singing voice of the highest normal pitch for an adult male.) tenore
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tenor /ˈtɛnə(r)/
A n.
1 [u] tenore; senso generale: the tenor of his speech, il tenore del suo discorso
2 andamento; corso; svolgersi: the even tenor of our life, il placido svolgersi della nostra vita
3 (leg.) formulazione letterale; lettera
4 (mus.) tenore (cantante e parte)
5 (mus., = tenor voice) voce di tenore; voce tenorile
6 (mus. = tenor bell) campana tenore (in un gruppo di campane)
7 (fin.) termine; durata
B a.
(mus.) tenore; di tenore: tenor clef, chiave di tenore; tenor sax, sassofono tenore; tenor viola, viola tenore; B flat tenor horn, flicorno tenore in si bemolle.
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['tenə(r)] 1.
nome
1) mus. (singer, voice) tenore m.
2) (tone) tenore m., tono m.
3) dir. (exact wording) copia f. esatta
2.
modificatore mus. [saxophone] tenore

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