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Vocal ranges for the original score 
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Young Hoofer
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Post Vocal ranges for the original score
Hi all.
Ignoring any idea of transposing to suit the actors, can anyone tell me the vocal ranges for the parts in Company?
I've searched high and low and wondered if any of you nice folks could help me out :-)

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Post Re: Vocal ranges for the original score
Bobby is a baritenor. His range, from what I gather, is G2 (Marry Me a Little) to G#4 (Being Alive). There's also an opional Bb4 or B4, I forget which, at the end of "Someone is Waiting," usually done in falsetto.

I think most of the other males are baritones. "Sorry-Grateful" goes up to an E4. I think that Paul is a tenor, though, but I don't know the exact notes.


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Post Re: Vocal ranges for the original score
Thanks! Great start :-)

Anyone else for anyone else?

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Post Re: Vocal ranges for the original score
One of my friends who played Paul says that he goes up to a G#/Ab. I think.


Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:05 pm
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Post Re: Vocal ranges for the original score
Paul is a tenor.


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