I am not trained in any singing style but I'm fairly certain that I am a soprano sfogato (aka a soprano assoluto). I'm capable of singing very low (for a woman) as in songs such as the old spiritual, "Go Down Moses", at a middle pitch such as in Adele's "Set fire to the Rain", and I all but have the cadenza from "Phantom of the Opera" in my pocket (still working on that high E but am close to conquering it) (I don't know hardly any opera songs but I am familiar with the most famous part of Carmen as well as Flight of the Valkaries). I'm an adult now but have always wondered why I had such a range when many (one may even argue most) people don't. I thought about being in choir when I was in school but was too self conscious (I mean I knew I wasn't an alto but not just a soprano either and the other kids would have possibly seen me as a freak or else as a choir director's pet if I constantly got switched between the two when no one else would have) I can also make my voice as dark as night, as bright as the sun, as cold as winter, as warm as a fire, as soft as an angel, or as harsh as a thunderstorm. I can belt at high volume or sing softly with equal ease. If so desired I can back up my claims by posting recordings of myself. I always wondered what voice type I was and this thread helped me figure that out. I read a bit about what soprano sfogato is and what is interesting is that a soprano sfogato is often referred to as a contralto, alto, or mezzo soprano that has somehow extended her range to include the soprano range and I have had a habit of imitating singers/songs that I like (I used to imitate the lead singer of the Cranberries when I was younger) since I was in elementary school so, I think that has somehow extended my range. Again, I can post recordings if desired.