Tenor is a type of classical male voice and one of the highest among the male voices. The ringing quality of a tenor is very audible, and anyone in the audience will notice its distinctive pitch. Your tenor voice voice over will have a captivating tone that will force everyone to sit up and listen.
Tenors have the smallest range barely cover it barely covers two octaves from C3 to B4. A pure tenor is a gem in any production with its high tessitura, above the middle C4. The blend of head resonance and falsetto makes this one of the most valuable assets you can bring to any visual or audio piece. These qualities add distinctness to your tenor voice voice over, making it memorable.
The audible tenor voice is highly sought in the music industry, choral performances and choirs. Not many men sing in choirs, even though most have a baritone anyway. As such, your audience will enjoy the uniqueness of the tenor. In In the opera, the primo uomo, the leading voice is a tenor.
Tenor voice lies betweent the countertenor and baritone voice type. The leggero tenor boasts the highest tessitura of all the tenor categories. In a normal SATB (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) group, the tenor is the second-lowest vocal range. It falls above the bass and below the soprano and alto.
Tenors fall into different categories based in based on range, dexterity of the voice, the weight of the voice and vocal color or timbre. The recognized subcategories are: <br/>·Leggero tenor<br/>·Lyric tenor<br/>·Spinto tenor<br/>·Dramatic tenor<br/>·Heldentenor<br/>·Mozart tenor<br/>tenor buffo/spieltenor
Famous tenors include Luciano Pavarotti, Enrico Caruso, Juan Diego Flórez and Alfredo Kraus, Frankie Valli, Ramin Karimloo, Freddie Mercury and Jon Bon Jovi.