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Is this singer a bass, baritone, or tenor?

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The answer is both yes and no. As the other answers have pointed out, many singers have ranges that cover multiple parts, so a male singer could sing both tenor and baritone/bass. read more

A baritone's range might extend down to F2 or up to C5. The baritone voice type is the most common male voice. Baritone tessitura: Although this voice overlaps both the tenor and bass voices, the tessitura of the baritone is lower than that of the tenor and higher than that of the bass. read more

The answer is both yes and no. As the other answers have pointed out, many singers have ranges that cover multiple parts, so a male singer could sing both tenor and baritone/bass. This happens a lot in choirs, especially school and community choirs where there might be few real tenors (or basses) and directors would move singers to cover other parts. read more

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