do tenors hit high C with full chest voice?
 

do tenors hit high C with full chest voice?

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do tenors hit high C with full chest voice?    17:00 on Sunday, May 01, 2005 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes
(shaggy)
or head voice? or mixed voice?

because my friend is a tenor and he can only hit G4 in chest voice.



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Re: do tenors hit high C with full chest voice?    02:53 on Monday, May 02, 2005 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes
(Mike)
Nope... that would not be typical for a tenor to hit C5 (tenor high C) in full voice!
He would use a high mixed or head voice depending on his fache and ability.

Mike
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Re: do tenors hit high C with full chest voice?    14:26 on Monday, May 23, 2005 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes
(Steven)
Nope, tenors do not SING high C in full chest voice...it is in mixed chest/head voice...Luciano Pavarotti is probably the only tenor who you could say sings C in full voice...even Db...as he did in the recording of Cujus Animan from Rossini`s Stabat Mater..even then it was a mixture somewhat...I know from experience as a young tenore lirico spinto that those notes would hurt if you attempted them in chest voice..and besides the voice will not allow you to sing them that way...thats suicide!

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Re: do tenors hit high C with full chest voice?    15:25 on Sunday, July 24, 2005 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes
(ignacio)
It is phisically imposible to sing a hich C with full chest voice. Every Tenor even Pavarotti or the famous caruso sing it in what is called mezza voce which is between head and chest, but as they press their lungs with their diafragm so hard, the voice is so similar to chest that you cannot tell the difference.

   

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