He previously served as executive chef of Fiamma Osteria, Convivio, and alto.
But how can I say that when the protagonist is a talking bear who plays the alto sax?
While the first voice is singing the first half, the second voice sings the second half as the alto part of the first half.
But there was one spot thrown into alto relievo by the sombre drapery of woe.
Primarily (besides the bass clef), in Italy and Germany, only the tenor clef was used, and the alto clef in France.
Drusilla Osborn was first, then Lettie Burley, an alto, came next.
The soprano was incessantly quarrelling with her colleagues, and the alto was an intriguing vixen quite without talent.
I will alto make it a possession for the bittern, and pools for water.
The basso sculpture of the Altar would, also, indicate an earlier erection than the surrounding "Idols," which are in alto.
Charlie took tenor, and Sybil treble, and I alto, and the sexton bass.
1784, "man with an alto voice," from Italian alto (canto), from Latin altus "high" (see old). Originally a "high" man's voice, now more commonly applied to the lower range of women's voices (which is more strictly the contralto), an extension first recorded in 1881.
The alto in a man is totally distinct from the contralto in a woman. The tone is utterly different -- the best notes of the one are certainly not the best notes of the other; and although in certain cases a contralto may sing with good effect music written for a male alto (e.g. in some oratorios), yet the converse is scarcely ever true. ["How to Sing," 1890]As a type of saxophone, from 1869.