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The basic answer to the question is yes, to plus or minus a couple of notes. As the other answer states, even if the range becomes bigger, the outside sounds may not be particularly pleasant, especially dependent on the words sung. I've lost count of the number of times I've had to change the key of songs in different bands - it often makes a heck of a ...


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The average male is a baritone with a range of between 1.4 and 2.0 octaves. I learned this in a workshop on writing melodies for songs. This range starts with the chest voice and shifts to head voice at the top of the range. By head voice I do not mean falsetto. Shifting to falsetto would probably add an additional two to three notes. Most males who ...


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If you are a baritone and you can sing the "A" above Middle C, then you are at the top of the baritone range, and you should not be surprised if you find it fatiguing. There are many tenors that never get up to the "A" above Middle C. There are only a few operatic baritone roles that require a high "A" (The Barber of Seville comes to mind.) Get a qualified ...



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