The girl was remarkably bright, and soon developed a contralto voice of unusual richness and compass.
The contralto voice clicked, and passed to its upper register.
Felicia's voice was a contralto which had not a range of many notes, but each one of the notes was perfect.
That is not an instrument for the production of tones in the contralto compass.
"I cannot see," said the other little creature, pulling the contralto's black-silk gown.
The second man might be an artificial soprano or a contralto.
Someone else was singing—her friend with the contralto voice.
It is for two voices, a soprano and contralto, and is excellently written.
Malkiel the Second leaned back, the contralto voice leaned forward, and both breathed convulsively.
The first tenor and the contralto, however, brought down the house.
The lowest range of the female singing voice; alto.