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Matthew Broderick

Post  Molandfreak on Sat Sep 06, 2014 6:47 pm

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Voice Type: Tenor
Vocal Range: E2-G5

Significant High Notes:

  • G5 ("Brotherhood of Man" (live))
  • C♯5 ("Brotherhood of Man" (live))
  • C5 ("Brotherhood of Man" (live))
  • B♭4 ("I Wanna Be a Producer")
  • G♯4 ("We Can Do It")
  • G4 ("Brotherhood of Man" (live), "I Wanna Be a Producer", "'Til There Was You")
  • F♯4 ("Seventy-Six Trombones", "We Can Do It")
  • F4 ("Brotherhood of Man" (live), "I Wanna Be a Producer", "Madam Librarian", "That Face", "'Til There Was You", "We Can Do It")

Significant Low Notes:

  • C3 ("Gary, Indiana", "I Wanna Be a Producer", "Minuet in G", "Prisoners of Love", "Seventy-Six Trombones", "That Face", "There's Nothing Like a Show on Broadway", "We Can Do It", "You Never Say Good Luck on Opening Night")
  • B2 ("Gary, Indiana", "I Wanna Be a Producer", "Madam Librarian", "Minuet in G", "Seventy-Six Trombones", "The Sadder but Wiser Girl", "That Face")
  • B♭2 ("That Face", "We Can Do It")
  • A2 ("I Wanna Be a Producer", "Minuet in G", "Seventy-Six Trombones")
  • G♯2 ("Ice Cream Warm-Up" (The Music Man))
  • F2 ("The Sadder But Wiser Girl")
  • E2 ("The Sadder But Wiser Girl")

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*Purple marks notes found in backing harmony or general backing vocal.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.


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Re: Matthew Broderick

Post  Hopscotch on Sat Sep 06, 2014 7:52 pm

Molandfreak wrote:E♭2 ("Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane at Tony Awards")
Don't really see how this is countable towards his range.

Also, does he really have no sung notes above G4 in The Producers? I could've sworn I heard some higher stuff in there...
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Re: Matthew Broderick

Post  Starman on Sun Sep 07, 2014 1:19 am

Ya, this is the point where making actor threads stop making any real coherent sense. Paul Rudd, Steve Carrell and Will Ferrell make sense because they seem to sing A LOT, but this guy doesn't really sing at all.
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Re: Matthew Broderick

Post  Molandfreak on Sun Sep 07, 2014 1:50 am

Wanderlust wrote:Also, does he really have no sung notes above G4 in The Producers? I could've sworn I heard some higher stuff in there...
I just listened to the soundtrack last night. I'll watch it when I find the time. Smile
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Re: Matthew Broderick

Post  Molandfreak on Sun Sep 07, 2014 1:53 am

Starman wrote:Ya, this is the point where making actor threads stop making any real coherent sense. Paul Rudd, Steve Carrell and Will Ferrell make sense because they seem to sing A LOT, but this guy doesn't really sing at all.
He might not sing as much as those three, but the difference is that he's actually a trained Broadway singer. I love his voice to death and that's why I made the thread. Very Happy
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Re: Matthew Broderick

Post  Starman on Sun Sep 07, 2014 3:09 am

Molandfreak wrote:but the difference is that he's actually a trained Broadway singer.

Oh fair enough. I didn't know that. I assume he probably has more notes from live Broadway performances in that case.
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Re: Matthew Broderick

Post  Molandfreak on Sun Sep 07, 2014 5:10 am

Wanderlust wrote:
Molandfreak wrote:E♭2 ("Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane at Tony Awards")
Don't really see how this is countable towards his range.
I'll go ahead and remove it. I originally included it because I had just started notewatching him and was surprised by that little bit of "voice-acting." I didn't think I was going to find anything else below A2, but it turns out he had a very brief E2 in "The Sadder But Wiser Girl," as well as a sustained G♯2 in The Music Man when he's instructing the barbershop quartet to sing, distracting them from their search for his credentials.
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Re: Matthew Broderick

Post  Timmerbo on Tue Sep 09, 2014 3:28 am



3:52. A scat-sung G5 in falsetto. Pleasant sounding G4s in the first chorus as well.
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