Dramatic may refer to:
- Drama, a literary form involving parts for actors
- Dramatic, a voice type classification in European classical music, describing a specific vocal weight and range at the lower end of a given voice part
- Dramatic soprano, a strong voice which can be heard over an orchestra
- Dramatic (album), an album by Casiopea
- The Dramatics, 1960s American soul music vocal group
- Dramatic Chipmunk, 2004 internet phenomenon
Other articles related to "dramatic":
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Famous quotes containing the word dramatic:
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