Zubin Varla

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Zubin Varla

Post  Guest on Wed Sep 05, 2012 2:23 am



Voice type: Baritenor (Vocal timbre of a baritone, tessitura of a tenor)
Total range: E♭2-D5
Sung range: A2-D5

Significant high notes:

D5 ("Everything's Alright", "Judas' Death")
C♯5 ("The Last Supper")
C5 ("Judas' Death", "Pity the Child")
B4 ("Attempts on Her Life" trailer, "Everything's Alright", "Superstar", "The Last Supper")
B♭4 ("Damned for All Time/Blood Money", "Judas' Death", "What Are We Waiting for?")
A4 ("Heaven on Their Minds", "What Are We Waiting for?", "What's the Buzz/Strange Thing Mystifying")

Significant low notes:

E♭2 (Interview/Speaking)
A2 ("Attempts on Her Life" trailer)
B♭2 ("Judas' Death", "Pity the Child")
C3 ("Pity the Child")

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*Orange marks notes with questionable registers: absolutely no use figuring out these.
*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.
*Red marks extremely bad, unimpressive or unintentional notes.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.



A white man with a black man's voice... Varla's got a unique voice with some wonderful darkness and dramatic quality to it, yet a tenor-like range and clarity. These traits make his voice sound very powerful and big, and he is able to keep his flexibility up there.

I wish he had more of his performances on Youtube. Here's his defining moment as a singer:



In my opinion, the greatest Judas of all time along with Carl A.
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