A musical term describing an exceptionally high pitched voice. A super-mega falsetto is much higher pitched in comparison to the lesser "super falsetto", or the even lower pitched "falsetto".

The term was first officially recognized as a musical descriptor by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and later the British Institute of the Arts.
An example of the super-mega falsetto is Nick Pitera's rendition of "A Whole New World" from Disney's Aladdin.
by Kalahaki Sabuci November 30, 2009

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