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Patrick wrote:
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I think Robert's just a high baritone... Marry Me a Little is in the baritone/bass volume of "The Singers Musical Theatre Anthology." Goes down to a low G.


Yeah, he's definetely a high baritone, other than at the end of Being Alive, does he ever go into "baritenor" range?
"Someone is Waiting" is on the high side. The last note is a Bb, but it can just be falsetto'd.

But he's got high notes peppered here and there. "Marry Me a Little" has a number of high Fs.


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Pannic wrote:
Patrick wrote:
Pannic wrote:
I think Robert's just a high baritone... Marry Me a Little is in the baritone/bass volume of "The Singers Musical Theatre Anthology." Goes down to a low G.


Yeah, he's definetely a high baritone, other than at the end of Being Alive, does he ever go into "baritenor" range?
"Someone is Waiting" is on the high side. The last note is a Bb, but it can just be falsetto'd.

But he's got high notes peppered here and there. "Marry Me a Little" has a number of high Fs.


Oh, I forgot Someone is Waiting.
But Marry Me a Little is certainly Baritone.
Look at almost any great Baritone role, it probably goes up to an F.

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Based on the fact that I can sing the _whole_ of the Bobby role, it's definitely high-baritone (with the condition that the singer can falsetto and head-voice higher).

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Although the role could be played by a tenor or a base, since they usually transpose the songs to fit the actor who plays him.

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