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Matthew Broderick

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

Current status: UNFINISHED



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

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:
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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