Mike Member Posts: 4
I'm tryin to figure something out. I see everyone talks about a note that they sing, ( d4, g2, e6 ect.) I take it this is related to a piano scale/ charts. Being a drummer , our charts are different, and was wondrerin what the note would be called for the middle C
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highmtn Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 15,333
It depends on the type of tenor you are... Dramatic Tenor, Lyric Tenor, etc...
In general, a tenor will hit the speed bump around F4 to A4. Pavarotti's high note is tenor high B (B4) and many classical tenors strive for the Tenor High C (C4) in full chest voice. Many KTVA tenors can manage to take their chest voice higher than that after stretching the chest voice for a considerable period of time.
Got it, thanks.
With that said, what are the notes in the tenor voice range consist of??