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Definition of Altissimo

Altissimo
Altissimo Al*tis"si*mo, n. [It.; superl. of alto.] (Mus.) The part or notes situated above F in alt.

Meaning of Altissimo from wikipedia

- Altissimo (Italian for very high) is the uppermost register on woodwind instruments. For clarinets, which overblow on odd harmonics, the altissimo notes...
- Altissimo (Italian, 'very high', feminine form altissima) is the uppermost register on woodwind instruments. Altissimo may also refer to: Altissimo (album)...
- Monte Altissimo is a mountain in the Bergamasque Prealps, with a height of 1,703 metres (5,587 ft). It is located between the lower Val Camonica, the...
- to F6 (or F♯6). Above that, the altissimo register begins at F♯6 (or G6) and extends upwards. The saxophone's altissimo register is more difficult to control...
- Monte Altissimo di Nago is one of the highest summits of the Monte Baldo mountain range and thereby part of the Garda Mountains in northern Italy. The...
- Renato Altissimo (4 October 1940 – 17 April 2015) was an Italian politician and minister. He was born in Portogruaro, near Venice. Altissimo was a member...
- Altissimo is an album by alto saxophonists Gary Bartz, Lee Konitz, Jackie McLean and Charlie Mariano which was recorded in Denmark in 1973 and first released...
- Altissimo is a comune (muni****lity) in the province of Vicenza, Veneto, Italy. It is located in the hills of Chiampo valley. "Superficie di Comuni Province...
- (often both) altered (sharpened or flattened) 5th or 9th altissimo Very high; see also in altissimo alto High; often refers to a particular range of voice...
- Cristofano dell'Altissimo (c. 1525–1605) was an Italian painter in Florence. For duke Cosimo I de' Medici he copied in Como at least 280 of the portraits...
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