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It sounds like Kelsey Grammer's falsetto was aiming for that high A4 but landed instead on the Bb above it. He quickly corrects himself of it, though, by shifting down to the intended A.


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I'm not sure we can tell. The maximum vocal range is partly determined by genetics. And though 2 octaves is pretty impressive it still doesn't tell us how much more there is to explore in your voice. One possibility is that you're still far from your boundaries. In this case a professional teacher can help you radically increase your range in a few years. ...


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Sounds like you have a pretty big range already. You may have a few more high notes available (or ways of integrating your falsetto range, appropriate to some styles of singing). "Baritone" is about quality of voice as well as range. Do you see entension of range as the primary purpose of taking singing lessons?


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I am 78 years old and can still bring up a rasp when I feel it needed. When younger I used it a lot and it will give you some trouble with sore vocal chords but it has always been worth it to me to let my passion go forth with a song and the consequences do not seem to warrant too much concern in my opinion. JimE.Mel


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Your question is like "what height can I expect to clear when getting professional sports training? I currently jump over boulders of height $x." in more than one respect. First, in the fixation on range as a single factor. Professional singing is not primarily a frequency competition: the problem is not making high/low-pitched noises, but rather sounds ...



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