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A tenor (from Latin tenor - holder, or tenere - hold) is a type of classical male singing voice whose vocal range or section is higher than baritone and lower than countertenor. A person, instrument, or group that performs in that range or the tenor clef is also called a tenor
Tenor may also refer to:
- Tenor (linguistics), the relationship between participants in a discourse
- Tenor (website), a GIF search engine and database
- Tenor (10.OR G) Mobile phone
- in finance
- in music
- Tenor (album)
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