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VOICE TYPE FACH


A descriptive term that attempts to group many individual singers into basic categories. Singers of the same voice In classical singing (specifically operatic singing), one’s specific voice type. By extension, one’s Fach also dictates
type will tend to possess similar ranges, colors, and tessituras….Voice types should not be confused with the four which operatic roles one would sing. Narrowly, the Fach system refers to the Kloiber Fach System or German Fach
basic choral parts: soprano, alto, tenor and bass. While many singers may find that they are most comfortable on System, which is traditionally used in the opera houses of Germany and Austria…The Fach system is generally not
the choral part that has the same name as their voice type, their part assignment is often a general label and not used in other parts of the world, and professional singers from all nationalities generally sing roles from multiple
reflective of their true, specific identity. Fächer once their careers are established.
Hoch, ‘A Dictionary for the Modern Singer,’ 2014, p. 194 Hoch, ‘A Dictionary for the Modern Singer,’ 2014, p. 63

SOPRANO G3-E6 MARIAH CAREY F2-G7

MEZZO E3-A5 BEYONCÉ A2-E6

ALTO C3-G5 ADELE C3-B5

TENOR G2-C5 MICHAEL JACKSON G#2-C#6

BARITONE E2-A4 AXL ROSE F1-Bb6

BASS C2-F4 BARRY WHITE F#1-Eb5

YOUR VOCAL RANGE (LOW/HIGH) YOUR PRIMA VOCE (LOW/HIGH) VOICE CLASSIFICATION

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