In the woman is the soprano (acute) voice that has a range between C of the 3 scale to C or F of the 5 scale; the mezzo soprano (middle) voice has a range between that of the 2 scale and that of the 4 scale; the contralto (bass) voice has a range between sun of the 2 scale and sun of the 4 scale. In man there is the tenor (acute) voice that has a range between C of the 2 scale and C of the 4 scale; the baritone (average) voice has a range between sun of the 1 scale and that of the 3 scale; the low (low) voice has a range between me of the 1 scale and my of the 3 scale.
Christina María Aguilera, (n. Staten Island, New York, United States, December 18, 1980), better known as Christina Aguilera, is a singer, actress, composer, dancer, model, producer, designer and American businesswoman of Ecuadorian origin and irish She began acting and singing as a child, through roles in theatrical productions and television programs in which Star Search and Mickey Mouse Club stand out.
Ariana Grande Butera (Boca Raton, June 26, 1993) is an American actress, singer and songwriter. She debuted as an actress in 2008 with the role of Charlotte in the Broadway musical 13.
Adele Laurie Blue Adkins (Tottenham, England, United Kingdom; May 5, 1988), known simply as Adele, is a British singer-songwriter of soul, blues and pop, winner of ten Grammy Awards, four Brit Awards, four American Music Awards, a Golden Globe and an Oscar Award, among others.
Whitney Elizabeth Houston (Newark, August 9, 1963 - Los Angeles, February 11, 2012), known as Whitney Houston, was an American R&B singer, soul, pop, blues and gospel, although she also stood out as an actress, songwriter, Producer, businesswoman and model.
Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta (New York, United States, March 28, 1986), better known by her stage name Lady Gaga, is an American singer, songwriter, producer, dancer, activist and fashion designer. He has also dedicated part of his life to acting and philanthropy.
Beyoncé Giselle Knowles, known as Beyoncé (Houston, Texas, United States, September 4, 1981), is an R&B singer and songwriter, record producer, dancer, model, fashion designer, and American actress. Her musical career began in the late 1990s as the lead vocalist for the Destiny's Child group, alongside Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
Amy Jade Winehouse (London, September 14, 1983 - Ibid, July 23, 2011), known as Amy Winehouse, was a British singer and songwriter of the Jewish family, noted for her mixes of various musical genres, including jazz , R&B, soul and ska. She was recognized for her contralto, vocal record that was described as "acoustically powerful" and able to express "deeply her emotions."
Mariah Carey (Huntington, New York, March 27, 1970) is an American singer, songwriter, music producer and philanthropist. Under the direction of Columbia Records executive producer Tommy Mottola, Carey released his debut album Mariah Carey (1990). This resulted in four consecutive number one singles on the Billboard Hot 100 list.
Laura Alice Rosella Pausini (Solarolo, Province of Ravenna, Italy, May 16, 1974), known as Laura Pausini, is an Italian singer-songwriter with multiple international awards. Throughout his career he has sung in languages other than Italian, such as Spanish, Portuguese, English, French, Sicilian and Neapolitan.
Céline Marie Claudette Dion (Charlemagne, Quebec, Canada, March 30, 1968), better known as Céline Dion, is a Canadian singer. Before achieving international success, he emerged as a teenage star in his native country, releasing a series of albums in French that gave him popularity. In 1990 he launched Unison, his first production in English that marked the beginning of his outstanding career in the Anglo-Saxon market.
Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll (Barranquilla, February 2, 1977), better known as Shakira, is a singer-songwriter, record producer, dancer, model, fashion designer, businesswoman, television actress, music, philanthropist and goodwill ambassador of the Colombian UNICEF
Mónica Naranjo Carrasco, known as Mónica Naranjo (Figueras, Gerona, May 23, 1974), is a Spanish singer, songwriter, music producer and presenter. Throughout his musical career he has sold around nine million records.
Kelly Brianne Clarkson (Fort Worth, Texas, United States; April 24, 1982), is an American singer-songwriter and actress. He rose to fame by being chosen winner of the first season of the American Idol program aired by the American FOX network, and for his debut album Thankful.
Lea Michele Sarfati (born in Bronx, New York, on August 29, 1986) better known as Lea Michele is an American actress and singer in theater, film and television. She is known for her role as Rachel Berry, in the television series Glee, which earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination in the category of "Best TV Series Actress in a Comedy or Musical".
Aretha Franklin (Memphis, Tennessee, March 25, 1942) is a soul, R&B and gospel singer. Nicknamed "Lady Soul" or "Queen of soul" ("The Lady of the Soul" or "The Queen of Soul"), it is for some of the most influential artists in contemporary music, holding the number one spot on the list of The 100 Greatest Singers of All Time from Rolling Stone Magazine.
Sarah Brightman (Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, August 14, 1960) is a British soprano, actress and dancer who plays music of the genre called Classical Crossover. He has sung in English, Spanish, French, Catalan, Latin, German, Italian, Japanese, Hindi, Mandarin, Russian and Occitan. He has received 180 Gold and Platinum albums in 38 countries and is the only artist in the world who has ranked # 1 on the Billboard Dance and the Billboard Classical Chart simultaneously.
Barbra Streisand (AFI: / ˈstɹaɪsænd /;) (Brooklyn, United States, April 24, 1942) is an American actress, singer, songwriter, producer, and film director. Appreciated especially for her powerful voice, she is the female solo singer who has sold more albums in the United States and widely recognized worldwide. Winner of two Oscar Awards, four Emmy, eight Grammy, four Golden Globe and a Tony. Among many other awards, he has the American Film Institute Award for a career, the National Medal of America for the Arts and the French Legion of Honor. In December 2008, she was the first female director to receive the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors.
Geethali Norah Jones Shankar (New York, March 30, 1979), known as Norah Jones, is an American singer, songwriter, pianist and actress. Winner of 9 Grammy Awards, she has sold as a singer over 40 million albums. His music combines elements of jazz, soul, pop, and country.
Lara Fabian (born Lara Crokaert, Etterbeek, Belgium, January 9, 1970) is a Belgian singer, nationalized Canadian, known for her vocal range and artistic quality. He sings in Italian, Spanish, French, English, Portuguese, also in German in 1988 by versioning the song Croire (Glaub), although he does not speak this language. It has sold to date more than 18 million copies worldwide. She became a Canadian citizen in 1994, that same year she began her artistic career in Quebec.
Fergie Duhamel (born Stacy Ann Ferguson, Hacienda Heights, California; March 27, 1975), better known as Fergie, is an American singer and actress. He was part of the Wild Orchid group, and The Black Eyed Peas. Apart from her two main artistic categories, Fergie is also a dancer, voice actress, songwriter, model, fashion designer, music producer, socialite and philanthropist.