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What are the vocal ranges of the male characters in Little Shop of Horrors?


Sun Dec 04, 2011 4:39 pm
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Post Re: Vocal Ranges?
Seymour- Baritone (optional High A in "Feed Me")
Mushnik- Baritone
Orin- Baritone (High G in "It's Just the Gas")
The Plant- Bass-Baritone (several Low G's in "Suppertime")

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Sun Dec 04, 2011 6:44 pm
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Post Re: Vocal Ranges?
What are the top and bottom notes for each of the characters (excluding Seymour's optional High B and Orin's one High G)?


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Post Re: Vocal Ranges?
Seymour has a high A in "Feed Me," no idea about the B. He goes down to a low A in "Suddenly Seymour." The plant has a range of G2-G4, the G2s occurring in "Suppertime" and the G4s in "Git It." Mushnik has some Gb4s in "Mushnik and Son." I don't know about the lower end for him or Orin.


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Pannic wrote:
Seymour has a high A in "Feed Me," no idea about the B. He goes down to a low A in "Suddenly Seymour." The plant has a range of G2-G4, the G2s occurring in "Suppertime" and the G4s in "Git It." Mushnik has some Gb4s in "Mushnik and Son." I don't know about the lower end for him or Orin.


I was mistaken; the high note in Feed Me is an A. I've corrected my post; thanks for clearing that up, Pannic!

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