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Graham Chapman

Post  KeithMoonIsGod on Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:24 pm

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Voice Type: Baritone
Vocal Range: D2-A5

Significant High Notes:
A5 - "Spam"
G5 - "Silly Voices In The Police Station", "Spam"
F5 - "Spam"
C5 - "Christmas In Heaven", "Gumby Crooning"
B4 - "The Battle of Trafalgar", "Gumby Crooning" "Silly Voices In The Police Station"
A4 - "Silly Voices In The Police Station"
G4 - "Medical Love Song", "Nobody Has Anything Else To Say"
F4 - "Medical Love Song", "Silly Voices In The Police Station"

Significant Low Notes:
C3 - "Christmas In Heaven"
B2 - "Medical Love Song"
B♭2 - "Christmas In Heaven"
A2 - "Christmas In Heaven", "Medical Love Song"
F2 - "Christmas In Heaven"
D2 - "I Think That's In Very Bad Taste"

Another Python! Wasn\'t Me 
Chapman was a great actor, playing all the serious roles in the Holy Grail and Life of Brian. But, while he was famous his serious straight-man roles and his dead-pan deliveries, Chapman could easily play ridiculous and silly characters. Also, he sings some songs on the Monty Python albums, and shows off a fairly good sung range, with strong second octave notes. Much like the Nostalgia Critic, though, he can hit some piss-easy 5th octave notes in sketches, which are usually, unfortunately, shrieked.
OH WELL, AT LEAST I GAVE HIM A VOICE TYPE.
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