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What vocal range is alto tenor?
|C4 to A5
|G3 to E5 (and contralto as F3-D5)
|roughly C3 to A4
|A2 to F4
|F2 to E4
How do I know if I’m an alto or tenor?
If you can go up eight or nine notes, that’s the alto range. If you can go much higher than that, you’re likely to be a soprano. If that’s in the middle of your range, and you can go down around eight or nine notes, that’s a tenor range.
What is between a tenor and an alto?
Tenor and bass designate high and low changed male voices. The most ordinary range for a woman’s voice lies between that of a true soprano and alto. This intermediate voice is called Mezzo-soprano. The parallel male voice with a range between that of tenor and bass is known as Baritone.
Should I Choose alto or tenor?
While requiring more air, the tenor demands less pressure than alto. For some players, the tenor feels more natural, and they discover they have a better tone on tenor over alto. Players who struggle to get a consistent, clear tone on the alto saxophone should definitely give the tenor sax a try.
Is tenor sax harder to play than alto?
The size of the two instruments also makes a difference in the notes that they play. Since the alto sax is smaller, it creates higher and brighter notes than the tenor sax. Young musicians who have smaller hands and a smaller lung capacity usually have an easier time of playing the alto sax than they do the tenor sax.
What is the difference between alto tenor and soprano voice?
The four main vocal ranges are: Soprano – A high female (or boy’s) voice Alto – A low female (or boy’s) voice Tenor – A high (adult) male voice Bass – A low (adult) male voice
What is the difference between an alto and tenor sax?
The main difference between an alto sax and a tenor sax is that the alto sax is played in the key of E flat while the tenor sax is played in the key of B flat. While the sheet music for the alto sax doesn’t look any different than the sheet music for the tenor sax, alto sax notes are higher than tenor sax notes.