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Post  Hopscotch on Mon Sep 09, 2013 3:50 pm


Controlled vocal range: G2-A5

Controlled high notes:
A5 ("Fight", "Under Pressure")
F5 ("Fight")
D5 ("Fight", "Memphis Lives in Me")
C♯5 ("Florence Quits")
C5 ("Pity the Child")
B4 ("Enchantment Passing Through")
B♭4 ("Like Father, Like Son", "What You Own")
A4 ("Fight", "Fortune Favors the Brave", "Heal Me, I'm Heartsick", "What You Own")
G♯4 ("A Step Too Far", "One Song Glory", "Written in the Stars")
G4 ("Elaborate Lives" reprise, "Fortune Favors the Brave", "Goodbye Love", "Heal Me, I'm Heartsick", "I Should Tell You", "Like Father, Like Son", "Not Me", "Radames' Letter", "Rent", "What You Own", "Your Eyes")
F♯4 ("Another Day", "Elaborate Lives", "I Should Tell You", "One Song Glory", "Written in the Stars")

Controlled low notes:
D3 ("Enchantment Passing Through", "Enchantment Passing Through" reprise, "Finale A", "Goodbye Love", "I Should Tell You", "Rent")
C♯3 ("Elaborate Lives", "I Should Tell You", "Written in the Stars")
C3 ("Radames' Letter", "Without You", "You'll See", "Your Eyes")
B2 ("Enchantment Passing Through")
G2 ("Heal Me, I'm Heartsick")
F2 ("La Vie Boheme")

I originally only knew this guys as the actor who sang the parts of Radames in Aida and Roger in Rent...then I found out that he plays the lead singer in Jack Black's band in School of Rock, and my mind has been blown since then.

Listen to that shit, man! Totally didn't see it coming that the dude would have such an epic voice for metal. His Broadway work is much more conservative in terms of range...hardly any second octave notes and no fifth octave notes that I've heard so far, but some great and extremely tasteful mid/upper fourth octave stuff. I hope I can find more examples of him doing his metal voice, though, cause that's just insane.


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Post  Rodney Razorshorts on Mon Sep 09, 2013 4:41 pm

Big fan of his triangles.
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Post  Timmerbo on Wed Sep 11, 2013 8:03 am



C5 trilling up to a C# at 4:11.  There are lots of high notes in his Chess performances; for example:



Sustained C#5 in 3:40.



D5 at 4:25.



2:50 - falsetto climb up to A5.
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Post  Hopscotch on Wed Sep 11, 2013 5:26 pm

Damn, the vibrato on those first two notes was amazing! It almost sounded like he was singing opera there. Very impressive technique. Sick sustained A5 in that "Under Pressure" performance too; easily superior to the "Fight" one.
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