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Alto / ContraltoEdit
Hallo Cathy Richards, I'm sorry, but you edits are completely wrong. In some languages the contralto voice begins with the syllable „contra“, in others it doesn't. In those languages it describes a very deep contralto voice (e.g. the german Kontra-Alt), while the normal contralto is simply called alto (Alt). Some time ago I have tried to fix all these errors, but now it was all mixed up again. I have therefore reverted. --Rodomonte (talk) 07:12, 22 April 2020 (UTC)
- We have the female voice type contralto (also called alto in some languages, Q37137), the very deep female voice (also called something like contralto in some languages, Q54635335), the male or female voice range (Q54634991) and the choir voice range (Q6983813). These are all different items, and there are several more with othere characteristic properties. --Rodomonte (talk) 07:26, 22 April 2020 (UTC)