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Does Voice Classification Matter? – Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass Or Baritone – Felicia Ricci


Does Voice Classification Matter? – Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass or Baritone / 

This video addresses voice classification, or voice part (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) and answers a common question I get from singers, which is: what’s my voice classification, and does it matter?

Basically, it doesn’t really matter. Voice classification describes the thickness of your vocal folds. Sopranos and tenors are born with thinner folds, while altos, baritones, and basses are born with thicker vocal folds. This means you are naturally predisposed to sing higher (in the case of tenors and sopranos) or lower (altos, baritones, basses), and you can usually tell which voice part you are based on the natural tone of your speaking voice.

However, what I want to stress in this video is that your voice classification is a starting guide. It’s like saying: “I have long legs.” It describes your body and the way you were born, but it does not determine your ultimate range or what you will be able to sing in your career as a singer. It may describe what is *easiest* for you at first — but just as someone with short legs can learn to run fast, so can someone with thick vocal folds learn to sing high.

Loads of baritones and altos can sing high, and likewise many tenors and sopranos have impressive lower ranges. So don’t get bogged down in assigning a label to yourself. Any singer can successfully grow his or her voice and learn to increase their range.

Hope you like the video! Please leave me a comment. xo Fel

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As a professional voice finder, it’s my sworn duty to teach you how to find your singing voice! Learning how to improve your singing voice is all about simple, achievable steps that make SENSE to you. All of us learn how to sing on our own timeline, and certain things will click more than others. But it’s important that YOU understand your voice more than anyone else — learning how to be a good singer is, in many ways, getting to know yourself 🙂 If you feel you don’t yet know how to sing like a pro, be patient — every baby step and daily practice session helps. (And I’ll keep posting new vids to help you!)
xo Fel

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