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Old 06-22-2009, 07:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hmm I was wondering if someone could tell me, can a Baritone singer hit the Legendary Tenor C (C5) with a head voice (NO FALSETTO)? I mean sustain it, for atleast 5 - 6 secs.

I'm asking this question because I can sing up to high D (that means Tenor C AND HIGH D) and when I asked a friend of mine, he said: Hmm...think you're baritone...dunno...

And some people say I'm a baritone, some say I'm a tenor.
THE LOWEST NOTE I can sing is A2, and the HIGHEST D4 (without falsetto). I can sustain Tenor C for 10 - 11 sec.

I can't post my recording link here since I haven't got 15 posts made...so I'll just ask you to search YouTube "My Vocal Range (without Falsetto) by Vengean and tell me your opinion about my voice.

Since I'm a great dilema about the musicians, some of them classify me as a baritone, and most of them classify me as a tenor.
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Old 06-22-2009, 07:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Are you male or female? Because female voices are generally divided up into Soprano,
Mezzo-soprano, and Contralto, while male voices are the ones you mentioned (Countertenor, Tenor, Baritone, Bass, etc). If you're a guy it sounds like you'd be a tenor or countertenor. But really, does it matter what name you put to what you can sing? Voices are so unique that they rarely fit into one single category.
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Old 06-22-2009, 10:12 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I'm a male (a boy) . Well I know, I was just wondering because my voice doesn't sound light and easy, it's just a bit deeper and anyway, I can hit those high notes with ease...but I guess there's a difference in the vocal weight from tenor to tenor, so I'll stick with it I guess
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