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    Default What is your singing range?

    I'm just curious. (Btw mine is roughly 3 octaves)

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    With or without falsetto?
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    In my singing days 2 notes short of 3 octaves including 2 octaves of counter tenor. Nowadays, since a cancer on the vocal chord (more or less "cured" by radio therapy) speaking is now OK but singing is more or less limited to humming just over an octave.
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    A - C. Lol. Anything in D is a definite no-no.
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    When younger I was in the tenor range and could sort of hit a high A. These days I'm more a baritone.

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    Effective range of E2-E4. I can get higher notes but not with good quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdwardBast View Post
    Effective range of E2-E4. I can get higher notes but not with good quality.
    ahhh quality, never was a realistic aspiration for my strained and clearly under duress voice. To think that Tippet himself heard a tenor section with me in it....
    Last edited by mikeh375; Jul-14-2021 at 13:28.

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    E2 all the way down to Eb2

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