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It is convenient to use a treble (G) clef over a bass (F) clef as adding a single leger line in between gives one a pretty good range that is easy to read quickly.


The range for male falsetto tends to be that of alto. A few soloists might dip into mezzosoprano ranges, but alto is quite more common. One reason is that for a usable falsetto range, you are better off with a deeper chest voice and that limits the higher range. If you want your singer to stay solidly in falsetto, you'll still want to avoid low alto range ...

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