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    What is the highest song you ever sang? So far the highest song I have sung so far is a German Mozart Aria called "Durch ZartlichKiet und Schmeicheln," from the opera, "Die Entfuhrung Aus Dem Serail," I left a coulple of those umlot's out of the words lol(I don't know how too put them in ::. This song has 3 high A's in a row without any breathing :blink: :unsure: . I get a headache from singing it! joking. What high songs have you sang...or if you sing at all...? In the shower...car....in your room with your stuffed animals .
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    the highest I've gone,

    that would be in the shower, I have a horrible high register, if I keep singing up, my throat hurts, I have probably only reached the F or G in a tenors mid register, or something like that (not suggesting that it was actually in tune )

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    This shower singing seems to be our all hobby :P

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    LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

    its because the shower resonance amplifies your voice, and you actually sound that your voice is strong (for a change).

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    ...and you feel alone, noone who can stop you .

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    lol , yes, and that

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    Talking shower singinging

    Bathtubs work too... it's the shape; it's like an opera house beneath your feet!
    My high notes are quite low... only about a d above middle c. I'm a bass though, not a soprano . I'm more proud of my low notes; the d below the bass clef is my lowest.

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    yay singing in the shower!
    lol I usually sing Soprano II in choir, but I went to a music camp last summer and we sang "Make Our Garden Grow" from Candide, 8 parts, Soprano I's up to a high C. I dont know the correct way to notate it, but 2 octaves above middle C. It was not pretty. I tried it a few times. there were a few people who, shall we say, weren't very educated about the right way of singing a note like that, it got very screechy lol.
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    I have an arrangement of Danny Boy that goes quite high!

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    I am a difficult one; although my voice is technically broken (or at least pretty much - I can sing the G on the bottom stave of the Bass Clef) I can still get the high notes, and the Miserere top C is attained with ease...an E 2 notes above that is probably my limit.

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    I used to be a soprano, but I am gradually turning into Soprano II. I can still sing pretty high though, the highest i have ever had to sing in public by myself is top A, the highest in a choir is top G (I think).

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