So if someone like Lady Gaga, who is not Funny Ja Ich Bin Eine Sture Tochter Aber Meine Verdammt Grobartige Mama Liebt Mich Und Das Ist Genug Shirt a natural soprano (high voiced lady) like Julie Andrews, is singing a song outside her natural range, basically what it means is she spent months and months and months training her voice to sing notes that she wasn’t comfortable singing originally. This is done through lots of exercises that gradually stretch your range, as well as she would have had to have been very careful about what she did on the day of to ensure she maximized her voice. Add in this is an evening performance where your voice naturally sits a bit lower. Now Lady Gaga, could have simply changed the key (starting “Doe”) and most people probably would not have noticed a huge difference, and it certainly would have been much easier. Instead, she chooses to sing it in the original higher key and put in the effort to make it sound good up there. very impressive.
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The D5 is difficult for many pop singers because Funny Ja Ich Bin Eine Sture Tochter Aber Meine Verdammt Grobartige Mama Liebt Mich Und Das Ist Genug Shirt it’s above most women’s “break” point (even high voices like Dame Julie), so they can’t access it with full chest voice, which is the dominant register most pop singers use… most of them sing only in chest voice. It’s a pretty easy note to hit for anyone that is trained classically in the use of head voice… even the 12-year-olds I teach can sing it with ease. Julie Andrews had a range where she could competently sing a high F, an octave and a third above the D5, as a teenager. However head voice begins very breathy and weak, and takes time and training to strengthen (if you’ve ever heard a pop singer Abruptly sound this way on a high note that’s why). Lady Gaga spent six months learning how to access this more classical sound (which is why at many points she sounds much more classical than her normal sound).