Tenor or High Baritone?

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Tenor or High Baritone?#1
Posted: 8/11/12 at 9:06pm
I have been able to hit the high notes for the longest time with no problem and have sang Tenor in every Musical and Choir I've been in during my time in High School. But as of about half a year ago, I've been able to sing low notes with power and they'd be audible, which Tenor's usually can't do. My full range is A2-Bb4 and the A2's are as I already said loud and powerful. So, am I still a Tenor or am I a High Baritone?
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bwaylvsong
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Tenor or High Baritone?#2
Posted: 8/12/12 at 1:31am
Call yourself a baritenor like everyone else Tenor or High Baritone?
WOSQ
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Tenor or High Baritone?#2
Posted: 8/14/12 at 1:43pm
Let whoever you are singing for decide what your voice is called. That way you're never the guy to be 'voice typed' out without singing a note.

If you become a baritone, remember that we baritones are better thought of than our tenor brothers. Every stereotype is true.

Be glad and thankful for baritonehood.
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