Golden Chest wrote:According to the programme "SuperHumans" of History Channel,she can reach 5600 hz.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4x7Dk1J5Vbw at 8:2o you can check it.
That sounds like an E♭7 to me. Impressive, but I don't like her. There's something ever-so-smug about her when she reaches the high ntoes. Like here - a sort of "look at what I can do" type attitude. She doesn't really care if it fits into the music she just does it anyway, showing off. We know you can do whistle tones, don't do a whole performance around them! After a while, it all starts to sound like this anyways.
I can really understand Holsety's dislike for singers like this. The Range Place - in my mind, anyways - is for understanding ranges for good singers. Not understanding good ranges for shit ones. I'm not blasting her or anything, because she does have a good range, but that's it. That's all she's known for, having a good range. There's nothing to her apart from that. Her music isn't good and her singing itself is... average, at best.
About that G10 - it's always been very fishy to me. GWR added it into one edition of their book and then removed it from the next. There's no clips I could find of it online, either.
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Alex61 wrote:I can really understand Holsety's dislike for singers like this. The Range Place - in my mind, anyways - is for understanding ranges for good singers. Not understanding good ranges for shit ones. .
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I don't consider a "good range" to be synonymous with a wide range anyway. A "good" range does imply that the usable range is at least bigger than average, but I would consider, for example, Bobby McFerrin and Vitas to have better ranges than Georgia Brown even though hers is bigger.
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