View Poll Results: What voice do you have?

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  • Soprano

    23 14.84%
  • Alto

    9 5.81%
  • Tenor

    35 22.58%
  • Baritone

    48 30.97%
  • Bass

    28 18.06%
  • others (colorature soprane, contraalto, countertenor ... )

    12 7.74%
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    Of course, so we got 2 at once. we are complete. So let's sing :P

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    La, la, la, la...

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    ehhm *starts to sing* do re ma fa tol la hi :blink:

    out of tune <_<

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    I would propose we warm up together .

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    I&#39;m a bass. There.

    But I&#39;m slowly trying to extend my range.
    IF I hit a wrong key its becaus i kind of like it that way.

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    Default another bass

    I'm another bass... It seems we now have too many basses and baritones! Some of us will have to sing countertenor just to balance things out
    I have a very bright timbre though, I sound like a tenor. Which is good, as it's just the voice I wanted when my voice started to drop I would love to sing, but I don't have a great voice. My vocal role model would be this bass:

    http://www.cantabile-subito.de/Basse...mussorgsky.MP3

    ( he's singing the death scene in Boris Gudunov )

    I love low bright voices like his. Also I like the high dark voices you get in most mezzos and contraltos, and some sopranos ( like Rosa Ponselle ).
    godzilla

    PS; DW, you have over three octaves! I'm impressed!

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    We must search for 1 soprano and 2 altos I would suggest, and with Countertenor, what about you, James?

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    I'm a soprano, but I can sing really really low as well.
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    Bass.

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    Our "member-choir" now: 3 sopranos, 1 Alto, 2 Tenors and 7 Baritons/Basses, and 1 other voice.

    Friends, we need mor Altos and Tenors! And some sopranos would be also good! We have a big "bass-ground" now

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    Now we have more basses than anything else.
    IF I hit a wrong key its becaus i kind of like it that way.

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    Actually, as long as your basses sing well (rhythmically clean, and good pitch) so that the bottom is not 'muddy', I like the sound of a choir which has more men than women; acoustically, the bottom strengthens the upper voices, and it can actually sound in better balance than many choirs which have 'even distribution'.

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    i sang alto for most of my life and then my new voice teacher said she thinks im a soprano, so i switched in choir. i still have trouble fitting into this new label lol; i CAN sing the high notes, but they dont sound good. atleast not to me..
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    You can be also alto in our "member-choir". So we would have 2 altos, but I think you voted for soprano . Anyway, some more altos would be nice.

    Daniel

    P.S. my first statement that I am a tenor with tendency to bariton should be corrected. I think I am more a baritone, would be a choir-bass but can getter higher more easily than lower.
    Last edited by Daniel; Aug-29-2005 at 09:22.

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    I'm an odd one: technically, my voice sounds as if it has broken, and I can sing a G on the bottom line of the Bass clef, but I can still sing all the treble notes in a non-falsetto voice. My highest note is a D a couple of octaves above Middle C.

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