VOICE TYPES pt. 3 MEZZO SOPRANO AND CONTRALTO Singing Lessons - VOICE TYPES pt. 3 | MEZZO SOPRANO AND CONTRALTO - Singing Lessons

VOICE TYPES pt. 3 | MEZZO SOPRANO AND CONTRALTO – Singing Lessons

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Just a slight correction: Karen Carpenter was meant to be my example for Contralto voice type.

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    1. not really. The person may be able to sing both range comfortably but that doesn’t make them both. You may now use other characteristics of the person’s voice to determine their voice type like tone quality or their strongest area.

  1. Story of my life is constantly being lumped into the Mezzo-Soprano category. Much more comfortable singing contralto/alto range. My upper-passaggio kicks in WAY too low for a Mezzo… (around Db5) 😕😕

    1. If you are most comfortable singing in the contralto range then you could be absolutely correct. Being able to reach mezzo occasionally or most times may not really make you a mezzo.

  2. Hi. You’ve once told before that I’m a “countertenor” but there’s just alot controversy around that. I’m 17 years old and I’ve never been vocally trained before. I’ve been using an app to determine my range and my lowest note that i can sing is A#1 and the highest is F6 in full head voice. And those notes are comfortable. I’ve been able to sing F#7 in Whistle. But I’ve lost my whistle register due to tongue and neck tension😢😢😢

  3. What about coloratura and lyric contralto? Most contraltos are in
    lyric category, not dramatic and not the profundo (lowest contralto)

    1. You are right! Even though coloratura and lyrics contralto are not in the general category of voice types, we can use the words coloratura or lyric as an adjective to qualify that voice or even any voice type. It is just like saying “a fast car” where the word “fast” represents coloratura or lyric and “car” represents contralto.

  4. I sing low larynx but my lowest note is A2 and my highest not falsetto is G5 and in falsetto is D6. I am Female to male transgender, but I’m not on hormones. When I sing low I have an androgynous – feminine sound and my friend told me i am contralto but my teacher told me I’m an alto. The alto part in choir is uncomfortable and is around the 4th octave since it is between my head and middle voice. It’s much more comfortable to sing the tenor part. The low notes are comfortable and natural.

  5. low contralto I sing also,even tenor…so how will I know what is my voice type exactly?is it the range from mezzosoprano dramatic to tenor?

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