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  • Tenor | Definition of Tenor by Merriam-Webster
    Middle English tenor, tenoure, tenure "main point of a document, intent of a legal agreement, continued presence or sustained course, part carrying the cantus firmus melody in contrapuntal music," borrowed from Anglo-French Medieval Latin; Anglo-French tenur, tenure "import of a document," borrowed from Medieval Latin tenōr-, tenor "sustained course, continuity, condition, drift of a law or document, tone of the voice, cantus firmus melody in contrapuntal music," going back to Latin
  • Tenor | Definition of Tenor at Dictionary. com
    the adult male voice intermediate between the bass and the alto or countertenor a part sung by or written for such a voice, especially the next to the lowest part in four-part harmony a singer with such a voice an instrument corresponding in compass to this voice, especially the viola
  • Tenor - definition of tenor by The Free Dictionary
    1 The general course or character of something: "She would coast tonight, segue early into the Q A, let the audience dictate the tenor of the event" (Anita Shreve) See Synonyms at tendency 2
  • Tenor - Wikipedia
    A tenor is a type of classical male singing voice whose vocal range lies between the countertenor and baritone voice types It is one of the highest of the male voice types The tenor's vocal range extends up to C 5 The low extreme for tenors is roughly A ♭ 2 (two A ♭ s below middle C) At the highest extreme, some tenors can sing up to the second F above middle C (F 5)
  • TENOR | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
    The tenor aria is composed as a modern da capo aria, in which the symmetrical scheme is broken up by irregular periodising and harmonization
  • Tenor Definition - Investopedia
    Tenor refers to the length of time remaining before a financial contract expires It is sometimes used interchangeably with the term maturity, although the terms have distinct meanings Tenor is
  • Tenor | vocal range | Britannica
    Tenor, highest male vocal range, normally extending approximately from the second B below middle C to the G above; an extremely high voice, extending into the alto range, is usually termed a countertenor (q v ) In instrument families, tenor refers to the instrument of more or less comparable range (e g , tenor horn)
















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