What is another word for Cantatrice?

76 synonyms found


[ kˈantatɹɪs], [ kˈantatɹɪs], [ k_ˈa_n_t_a_t_ɹ_ɪ_s]

Cantatrice is a French term that refers to a female singer, specifically an opera singer. Some synonyms for cantatrice include songstress, vocalist, diva, soprano, mezzo-soprano, contralto, and lyricist. These terms highlight different aspects of the singer's performance, such as the power and control of the voice, the emotional expression conveyed, or the style of music being performed. Used interchangeably, these synonyms can provide variety and depth to descriptions of the performances of female singers or a group of women who sing together. Overall, these synonyms capture the essence of a skilled female performer who uses her voice to convey beauty, emotion, and artistry.

Related words: singer, opera singer, best opera singer, female opera singer, male opera singer, tenor opera singer, operatic singer

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    Usage examples for Cantatrice

    She rings at the gate; your noble friends come out, and ask who she is; they discover, and drive away such a person as a poor Cantatrice.
    "Prince Fortunatus"
    William Black
    No effect whatever could be made were a Cantatrice to follow implicitly the written notes of this opera, such being merely a rough sketch, as it were, of the composer's ideas, which the singer is supposed to complete.
    "Style in Singing"
    W. E. Haslam
    In these memoirs there is a chapter devoted to the newspaper critics, and it is interesting to note the good-nature with which the sprightly Cantatrice handles these touchy gentlemen.
    "Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions"
    Slason Thompson

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