MEDIUM VOICE

Francesca Caccini

O chiome belle

RANGE: D4-D5

TESSITURA: F4-B4

Strophic, simple vocal line and rhythms. Good for introducing Baroque style to younger singers.

Settimia Caccini

Core di questo core

RANGE: D4-F5

TESSITURA: G4-D5

Strophic, each verse in three sections. Each section in a different meter. Scalar, middle tessitura, some sustained singing.

Corona Schröter

An den Abendstern

RANGE: D4-E-flat5

TESSITURA: F4-C5

Piano occasionally doubles the vocal melody, strophic, scalar, syllabic, medium tessitura. Great for teaching early German Romantic style.

Maria Theresia Paradis

An meine entfernte Lieben

RANGE: E4-E5

TESSITURA: G4-C5

Piano doubles the vocal melody, Strophic with 3 verses, simple vocal line, scalar and triadic, repeated dotted rhythms.

Emilie Zumsteeg

Reiterlied aus "Leier und Schwert"

RANGE: D4-D5

TESSITURA: G4-D5

Piano doubles the vocal melody, strophic, simple, repetitive vocal line, scalar, medium tessitura.

Pauline Viardot 

L'ombre et le Jour

RANGE: F4-F5

TESSITURA: F4-C5

Piano doubles the vocal melody, short phrases, only sustained at the end, repetitive melodic line. Good for a more beginning student approaching French repertoire.

Dorothy Parke

In Old Donegal

RANGE: C4-D5

TESSITURA: D4-D5

Piano occasionally doubles the vocal melody, melody is folk-like, syllabic, more sustained at the ends of phrases, shorter song. Simple scalar melody based off an Irish folksong. Singer must be comfortable sustaining D5.

Lori Laitman

Sleep Little Child

RANGE: C4-E-flat5

TESSITURA: E-flat4-B-flat5

Repetitive vocal line, simple vocal line and rhythms, medium tessitura, arpeggiated, sustained. Good for working on quieter dynamics while staying on the breath.

Picture by Christian Steiner

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