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What is my vocal range?

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Asked 2013-02-26T18:23:52.0Z by Jeff E13,406
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I can sing comfortably from about a G an octave below middle C to a F above middle C without going into my falsetto.  What voice part should I be singing?

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  • When you say an octave below middle c, is that a fifth below middle C, or a fifth below C below middle C?Ghost R 2013-02-27T16:05:59.0Z
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Jeff B1,660
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You can sing either baritone or low tenor.  You're not quite a high tenor, but not quite a bass.  I suggest singing either Tenor 2 or Baritone 1.  Generally, voice parts are split into roughly 2-octave sections: (with C4 being middle C) Sopranos are C4-C6, Altos are F3-F5, Tenors are C3-C5, Baritones are F2-F4, and Basses are E2-E4.  These are generalities, of course, but it should give you a pretty good start! 

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