Word: ALTO

The word ALTO has appeared in at least 991 clues on different crosswords.

Clue(s)
"""Bird"" played it"
"""Breathe In"" band Palo___"
"""Hold it, Hernando"""
"""Hold it,"" in Spain"
"""Inner voice"" hidden in five puzzle answers"
"""STOP,"" in Jalisco"
"""Sweet Adeline"" range"
"""___ Rhapsody"": Brahms vocal work"
"""___ voltaje!"" (Spanish warning)"
10D harmonizer
A cappella group part
A cappella member
A cappella range
A certain chorister
A choir member
A choir voice
A chorister
A chorus line
A register
A singer
"Adele or Cher, voicewise"
"Adele, for one"
"Alicia Keys or Adele, e.g."
Althorn.
"Amy Winehouse, for one"
Anne Murray's voice
"Annina in ""Der Rosenkavalier"""
Art Pepper's sax
Bach cantata performer
"Band instrument, for short"
Barbershop quartet member
Barbershop quartet's need
Barbershopper
Baritone colleague
"Beginner's sax, usually"
Below 37A
Benny Carter's sax
Between soprano and tenor
Between tenor and mezzo-soprano
Between tenor and soprano
Bird played it
Bird's instrument
"Bonnie Raitt, for one"
Boys' choir voice
"Brahms' ""___ Rhapsody"""
"Brahms' ""___Rhapsody"""
"Brahms's ""___ Rhapsody"""
"Brahms's ""___Rhapsody"""
"C, or ___ clef"
Cannonball Adderley's sax
Cannonball Adderley's sax type
Cantata part
Carol part
Carol singer
Certain carol singer
"Certain caroler, perhaps"
Certain castrato
Certain choir member
Certain choirboy
Certain chorister
Certain clef
Certain female voice
Certain sax
Certain sax range
Certain sax register
Certain saxophone
Certain singer
Certain singing voice
Certain vocal range
Certain voice
Charlie Parker played it
Charlie Parker's sax
Charlie Parker's saxophone type
Cher's voice range
"Cher, e.g."
"Cher, for one"
"Chianti ""high"""
Choir boy
Choir component
Choir female
Choir member
Choir member.
Choir part
Choir range
Choir role
Choir section
Choir section.
Choir singer
Choir singer.
Choir voice
Choir voice below soprano
Choir voice.
Choir-loft occupant
Choirboy's voice
Choral category
Choral class
Choral designation
Choral line
Choral member
Choral part
Choral range
Choral singer
Choral singing part
Choral voice
Choral voice range
Choral voice.
Chorale contributor
Chorale member
Chorale voice
Chorister
Chorister's voice
Chorister.
Chorus girl
Chorus girl?
Chorus line
Chorus line?
Chorus member
Chorus member.
Chorus part
Chorus section
Chorus voice
Clarinet choice
Clarinet range
Clarinet type
Clef or horn preceder
Clef that sort of looks like a capital B
Clef type
Common rock sax
Countertenor
Countertenor counterpart
Countertenor range
Countertenor's counterpart
Countertenor's range
"Countertenor, e.g."
Countertenor.
Cumulus lead-in
"Deep in voice, for a woman"
Deep-voiced songstress
"Deep-voiced, for a woman"
Doo-wop group member
Doo-wop group member (4)
Doo-wop part
Doo-wop voice
E-flat sax
Early Xerox computer
English horn's range
"Ethel Merman, for one"
Far from a high voice
Female choir member
Female choir voice
Female choral voice
Female singer
Female singing voice
Female voice
Female voice range
Female voice type
Female voice.
Female who's down low?
Flute or saxophone variety
Flute range
Four-part chorus member
Four-part harmony part
Four-part part
Girl in the chorus
Glee club member
Glee club member.
Glee club part
Glee club voice
Glee-club member
Guy who's high in a loft?
Halt! in East LA
Harmony part
"Harmony part, often"
"Harmony part, perhaps"
Height: It.
Her voice is deep
High guy
High in the Andes
High in the Sierra Madre?
High male voice
High man
High man's voice
High tenor
High voice
"High, in Havana"
"High, in Honduras"
"High, in Italy."
"High, in Ju
"High, in the Andes"
High-voiced man
High: Sp.
High: Span.
Highest adult male singing voice
Highest male singing voice
Highest male voice
Highest man or lowest woman
Horn for Cannonball or Bird
Horn type
"Husky singer, maybe"
Hymn part
"Hymn part, often"
It means 'high' in Italian
It's between soprano and tenor
It's high in Peru
It's high in the Sierras
"Italian for ""high"""
Jimmy Dorsey's sax
"Judy Garland, e.g."
Justice Samuel
Karen Carpenter or Shania Twain
Karen Carpenter's voice
"Karen Carpenter, for one"
"Katisha's range in ""The Mikado,"" usually"
Kind of clarinet
Kind of clarinet or flute
Kind of clarinet or sax
Kind of clef
Kind of clef or sax
Kind of flute
Kind of flute or horn
Kind of flute pitched a perfect fourth lower than an ordinary flute
Kind of horn
Kind of horn.
Kind of recorder
Kind of sax
Kind of sax or singer
Kind of sax played by Cannonball Adderley
Kind of sax played by Maceo Parker
Kind of sax.
Kind of saxophone
Kind of saxophone or flute
Kind of singer
Kind of tenor
Kind of trombone
Kind of voice
L.A. rockers Palo___
"Lea Michele on ""Glee,"" e.g."
Like Cannonball Adderley's sax
Like Charlie Parker's sax
Like Woody Herman's sax
Like a certain sax
Like a lot of saxes
Like some recorders
Like some saxes
Like some singing
Like some singing voices
Like some winds
Like un monte
"Liza Minnelli, for one"
"Lola in ""Damn Yankees,"" e.g."
"Lola, e.g., in ""Damn Yankees"""
Low choral part
Low female singing voice
Low female voice
Low part in a womens' choir
Low soprano
"Low vocal range, maybe"
Low voice
Low voice.
Low voiced lady
Low woman
Low woman at the Met
Low woman?
Low-down singer?
Low-pitched voice.
Low-pitched woman
Low-singing female
Low-voiced lady
Low-voiced woman
Lower than a mezzo
Lowest female singing voice
Lowest female voice
Male ___ (countertenor)
Male singing voice
"Mama Rose in ""Gypsy,"" e.g."
Many a Vienna Boys' Choir boy
Many a member of the Vienna Boys' Choir
"Marian Anderson, for one"
Member of a mixed quartet.
Member of an instrument family
Member of the choir
Member of the chorus
Met somebody?
Met voice
Mezzo's choirmate
Mezzo's colleague
Middle harmony choral part
Middle harmony part
Middle part
Middle range
Middle sax?
Middle voice
Midrange voice
Midrange voice type
"Mimi, in ""Rent"""
"Mrs. Lovett in ""Sweeney Todd,"" for one"
Musical part
Musical range
Musical range.
Musical term.
Musical voice
Norah Jones or Cher
"Norah Jones, e.g."
Not quite a soprano
One above a tenor
One cat's sax-appeal?
One in a four-part harmony
One in harmony
One not ending on a high note?
One of the clefs
One quarter of a quartet
One sax
One under a mezzo
One voice
One who sings a lot
One whose range typically starts at F below middle C
"Opera villainess, often"
"Opera villainess, sometimes"
"Opera villainess, typically"
"Opera villainess, usually"
Opposite of bajo
"Orfeo, e.g., in Gluck's ""Orfeo ed Euridice"""
Palo ___
"Palo ___, CA"
"Palo ___, Calif."
"Palo ___, California"
Palo ___.
Palo singer?
Palo
"Parker's sax, e.g."
Part for a singer
Part in an ensemble
Part of SATB
"Part of SATB, chorally"
Part of a chorus
Part of the range that's widely accessible?
Part-singer
Patsy Cline or Adele
Paul Desmond played it
Paul Desmond's sax
Pitch of some saxophones
Pitch range
Pitching range
Polyphonic part
Popular sax
Prefix for cumulus
Prefix in cloud names
Prefix with cumulus
"Quarter of a quartet, maybe"
"Quarter of a quartet, perhaps"
Quartet member
"Quartet member, maybe"
"Quartet member, often"
Quartet member.
Quartet quarter
Quartet singer
Quartet voice
Quartet's need
Range above tenor
Range below soprano
Range between soprano and tenor
Range near contralto
Range of some choristers
Range of some flutes
Range of some robe wearers
Range of some saxophones
Range under soprano
Recital voice
Recorder range
"Reed played by ""Bird"""
Reed section member
"Robert Plant, vocally"
Sax classification
Sax for Bird
Sax object?
Sax or singer
Sax played by Cannonball or Bird
Sax played by Charlie and Maceo Parker
Sax range
Sax register
Sax section member
Sax sort
Sax type
Sax type for Charlie Parker
Sax type played by Charlie Parker
Sax variety
Saxophone range
Saxophone size
Saxophone type
Saxophone variety
"Score part, at times"
Second highest in a family of instruments
"Second highest, in a family of instruments"
Second voice
Second word of a California city
Second-highest choir voice
Second-highest in four-part harmony
"Second-highest part, usually"
Second-highest voice in a four-part chorus
Second-voice carrier
"Se
Shania Twain or Karen Carpenter
"Shania Twain, e.g."
"Shania Twain, for one"
She can reach pretty low
She may reach for a C note
She of the deep choir voice
She's deep
She's low
She's lower than a soprano
Singer
Singer above a tenor
Singer beginning to appreciate light opera's debut (4)
Singer's range
Singer's voice
Singer.
Singing part
Singing quartet member
Singing range
Singing range of most women
Singing voice
Singing voice.
Song voice
Soprano alternative
Soprano's colleague
Soprano's mate
Soprano's neighbor
Sort of recorder
Sort of sax
Start of some cloud names
Stop in Monterrey
"Tall, in Torino"
Tall: Sp.
"Taylor Swift, for one"
Tenor neighbor
Tenor topper
Tenor violin.
Tenor's higher-up
Tenor's neighbor
The lowest female singing voice
"The role of Katisha in ""The Mikado,"" traditionally"
Tijuana traffic sign
Tone of voice.
"Toni Braxton, for one"
Tournament great Jesse ---
Tournament participant Jesse*
Treble clef reader
Treble clef singer
Trombone's range
Trujillo ___ (Puerto Rican city)
Type of clarinet
Type of clef
Type of clef or horn
Type of flute
Type of sax
Type of saxophone
Type of trombone
Type of voice or sax
Type of voice.
Viola clef
Viola's range
"Viola, e.g."
Violist's clef
"Violist's clef, perhaps"
Vocal part
Vocal part often sung by mezzos
Vocal part.
Vocal quartet member
"Vocal quartet member, perhaps"
Vocal range
Vocal range for both sexes
Vocal register
Voice
Voice above a tenor
Voice above bass
Voice above tenor
Voice below soprano
Voice between soprano and tenor
Voice between tenor and soprano
Voice from a loft
Voice from the loft
Voice higher than tenor
Voice in a choir
Voice in a chorus
Voice in a loft
Voice in the choir
Voice in the chorus
Voice in the old village choir
Voice part
Voice part.
Voice pitch.
Voice range
Voice range.
Voice type that figures into this puzzle's theme
Voice.
Woman in a choir
Woman in the choir
Woman's voice
Woody Herman's sax
Word before flute or saxophone
Word before sax or horn
Word describing some instruments
Word in instrument names
Word on Mexican stop signs
Word on a Mexican stop sign
Word with flute or horn
Word with horn or flute
Year of Charlemagne's coronation
___ clef
___ clef.
___ flute
___ horn
___ sax
___ saxophone
___ saxophone.
___ saxophonist
___-relievo
___-relievo (high relief)
___-relievo (kind of sculpture)
certain female voice
Choir member
Clarinet type
Sax played by Charlie Parker
Kind of flute
Choir voice
Certain saxophone
Voice above bass
Adele voicewise
Female choir voice
Low woman in a choir
Voice in the choir
Kind of sax
Voice from a loft
Female choir voice
Vocal range that means "high"
Female chorus member
Female chorus member
Sax variety
Glee club member
Female choir voice
Saxophone type featured on James Brown's "I Got You (I Feel Good)"
Voice above tenor
Singing voice
Choir part
Choir section
Voice changing a lot
Sax range
Sax range
Choir member
Female singer
Voice range
Saxophone type
Male voice
Female choir voice
A chorus voice
Kind of clef
Lowest female singing voice
Member of a mixed quartet
Saxophone type
Countertenor
Many a woman, vocally
Singing pitch
Voice changes a lot
Choir singer
Palo ____
__ flute
Choir voice
Voice below soprano
Singing pitch
Voice changes a lot
Choir voice
Certain voice range
Choir member
Chorus voice
Singing voice
Choir voice
Female voice range
Female voice
Voice above tenor
Singing voice
Meteorological lead-in to stratus
Choir range
Countertenor
Lowest female voice
Chorus voice
Voice in a quartet
Female voice
Singing voice
Voice above a tenor
Female singer
Voice range
Highest adult male voice
Countertenor's counterpart
__ clarinet
Chorus line?
Choir singer
Range above tenor
Singing voice
Voice range
Deep-voiced songstress
Choir member
Kind of clef
Palo ____
Type of sax
Bird of peace
Male voice
Choral voice
Male voice
Certain sax
Choir voice
Choir voice
Choir member
Choir member
Choir member
Choir member
Chorus voice
Chorus voice
Chorus voice
Chorus voice
Sax range
Sax range
Range above tenor
Kind of saxophone or clef
Kind of saxophone or clef
Highest adult male voice
Highest adult male voice
Range below soprano
Choral voice
Choral voice
Female voice
Female voice
Female voice
Female voice
Singing voice
Singing voice
Singing voice
Singing voice
Voice above tenor
Voice above tenor
Female singer
Female singer
Singing voice
Singing voice
Singing voice
Female singer
Female singer
Singer, sometimes
Voice range
Voice range
Type of choir voice
Voice range
Lowest female singing voice
Quartet part
Adele, vocally
Type of saxophone
Choir singer
Choir singer
Singing voice
Palo ____
Palo ____
Boys' choir voice
A figure to go with the voice
Choir voice
Choir voice
Choir voice
Choir member
Choir member
Chorus voice
Chorus voice
Choir part
Voice below soprano
Singing voice
Cher or Adele, e.g
Four-part harmony part
Contralto
Female singing voice
Singing voice
High guy
Singing voice
Voice changing a lot
Palo ____
Palo ____
Saxophone range
Kind of clef, voice or sax
Choir member
Many a choirboy
Singing voice
Singing voice
Choir singer
Choir singer
Type of voice in a choir
Singing voice
Singing voice
Female singing voice
Range significantly higher than 5-Across
Female singer
Choir voice
Singing voice
Singing voice
Saxophone range
Palo ___, Calif.
1953 novel by Mervyn Peake (2,3)
Lowest female voice
Singing voice
Type of sax
Sax range
Low female voice
Voice range
Voice from the loft
Range above tenor
Choir singer
Palo ____
Choir voice
Female singing voice
Choir member
Choir member
Voice changed a lot
Countertenor
Voice below soprano
Low female voice
Glee club voice
Choir voice
Doo-wop group member
Chorus voice
Like some 60-Across
Female voice
Singing voice
Singing voice
Female singer
Voice range
Sax range
Quartet member
Singing voice
Choir voice
Choral voice
Certain soloist
Violist's clef
Choir voice
Choir voice
Sax range
Sax range
Choir part
A certain chorister
Choir part
Choir singer
Palo ____
Saxophone range
Operatic voice
Lowest female singing voice
Choir voice
Choir member
High in the Andes
Cher, for one
Chorus voice
Range of some saxes
Choir section
Voice changes a lot
Sax sort
Singing voice
Female voice
Saxophone range
Choir member
Singing voice
Singing voice
Lead-in to cumulus
Adele, vocally
Chorus voice
Chorus member
Charlie Parker's sax
Female voice
Choir singer
Certain opera singer
Bird's sax type
Female choir voice
Singer is ideal Tosca? Not entirely
Saxophone variety
Singing voice
Glee club member
Highest adult male voice
Female choir voice
Middle voice
Female singer
High guy
Voice range
Singer very much wanting books returned
Saxophone range
Choral part
Choir singer
Clarinet type
Falsetto male voice
Singing voice
Voice range
Palo ____
Female singing voice
Vocal quartet member, perhaps
Amy Winehouse, vocally
Singing voice
Saxophone range
Choir voice
Singing voice
Choir voice
Singer
Choir member
Recorder range
Chorus voice
Viola from Carshalton
Female choir voice
Singer of extra special tone?
Sax range
Female voice
Glee club member
Singing voice
Male voice
Singing voice
Singing voice
Singer
Choral range
Female singer
Singer's excerpt from national tour
Kind of clarinet
Voice in a quartet
Deepest female voice
Lowest female singing voice
Choir section
Glee club member
Voice range
Vocal range
Lowest female singing voice
Saxophone range
Voice from the choir loft
Saxophone range
Singing voice
Choir singer
Saxophone variety
Male voice
Palo ____
Singer
Choir voice
Harmonizing voice
Choir member
Chorus voice
One not often hitting the high note
Italian for "high"
Sax type
Choir voice
Low female voice
Voice below soprano
Choir member
Choir section
Palo ____
Male voice
Choir singer
Puente ___
Choir member
Certain singing voice
Female singer with a deep voice
Chorus part
Low female voice
Choral part
Quartet part
Woman who can hit the low notes
A cappella group member
Guitar range
Tina Turner's vocal range
Female choral voice
Singing voice
Register changes a lot
Palo ____, California
Choir singer
Singing voice
Vocal range
Voice range
Glee club voice
Singing voice
Sax range
Certain chorister
Chorus voice
Female singer
Glee club voice
Choir singer
Marian Anderson, for one
Lowest female voice
Chorale member
Midlevel voice
Female choir voice
Sally Bowles role in "Cabaret"
Vocal quartet member
Female singing voice
Vocal range
Violist's clef
Saxophone range
Voice above tenor
Female choir member
Range for some flutes
Chorus girl?
Chorus voice
Palo trailer
Singing voice
Choir voice
Choir member
____ saxophone
Puente ___
Voice range
Choir singer
Type of saxophone that's smaller than a tenor sax
Prefix with stratus
Palo ____
Voice in the choir
Singing voice
Register changes a lot
Clarinet range
Choir voice
Sax larger than a soprano
Choral voice
Voice above tenor
Choir voice
Choir member
Singing voice
A voice of regal tone
Female voice
Choir part
Highest adult male voice
Highest male singing voice
Palo ___
Adele's vocal range
Choir voice
Karen Carpenter, for one
Choir singer
Female voice
Voice in the chorus
Chorus voice
Singing voice
Low voice
Voice range
Female voice
Female glee-club member
Singing voice
Singing voice
Palo ____
Female singer
Deep singing voice for a woman
Palo —
Voice range
Female singer
Female singer
Palo ___ (California city where Tesla is headquartered)
Voice higher than tenor
Choir voice below soprano
Saxophone range
Vocal range for Anita Baker and Tina Turner
Deep female voice
Choir voice
Kind of sax
Voice range
Palo ___
Voice between soprano and tenor
Cher's vocal range
Low woman?
Low-voiced woman
Singing voice
Register changes a lot
Female choir voice
Voice range
Deep female voice
Orfeo in Gluck's 'Orfeo ed Euridice,' e.g
___ clef
Female choir voice
Deep female voice in a chorus
Voice in the choir
Highest adult male voice
Choir singer
Singer
Palo ____
Choir voice
Singing voice
Choir voice
Female vocal range
Female voice
Sax sort
Singing voice
Female choir voice
Choir voice
Choir member
Singing voice
High in the Andes?
Chorus voice
Low female singing voice
Woman in a choir
Choir voice
Silicon Valley city Palo ___
Low female singing voice