Showing posts with label avril lavigne. Show all posts
Showing posts with label avril lavigne. Show all posts

Tuesday 20 December 2011

Duelling Divas: "O Holy Night". Which Diva Sang It Best

What better way to celebrate this festive and cosy time of year then by pitting Diva against Diva in a deadly O Holy Night Sing off! Okay, so this isn't a new thing, having done the same thing last year with Silent Night, and it isn't that deadly really, but its still fun for me to do! Besides this year's post features the added bonuses of my comments about the versions, as well as- more importantly- the chance for you to express your opinion via the poll at the bottom!

Some fun facts about the Christmas carol, courtesy of Wikipedia of course, before we begin. O Holy Night was written by French Poet Placide Cappeau and was composed by Adolphe Adam in 1847! The words to the carol have been changed somewhat since then, and for anyone wanting to sing along as they listen, they are as follows;

Saturday 18 June 2011

Avril Lavigne - Vocal Profile/ Range

Vocal Type: Mezzo-Soprano
Vocal Range: 2 Octaves  6 notes and a semitone (approx) C#3-B5
Whistle Register: No
Vocal Pluses: Punchy, peppy vocals that are full of attitude. Has a sharp, piercing chest register.
Vocal Negatives: Voice is thin and weak throughout the registers.