They shouldn’t be if the larynx stays resting in a relaxed, stable speech-level position, allowing your vocal cords to adjust freely with your breath flow. Those pitches are well within the technical ability of a great many more people
Everyone has a different vocal ability, but, on the average: * Basses should be able to sing low E to G above middle C. * Baritones should be able to sing low G to B natural just below the
I don’t! At least not right away. It’s wrong to prematurely classify a voice before you really get to know what it can do. Too often, existing range is the sole determining factor in placing a singer into a
The ability to always maintain a speech-level production of tone – one that stays “connected” from one part of your range to another. You don’t sing like you speak, but you need to keep the same comfortable, easily produced
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