Soprano: It’s rather difficult to be a Soprano singer as this requires a high vocal range and is achieved only with a lot of experience and not everyone is capable of training on this singing. The word soprano actually refers to female singers, but in recent times even male singers sing the soprano vocal range and are called sopranists. Let’s look at what’s Mezzo Soprano! In Opera singing a person with very low tessitura’s are often called as Mezzo Sopranos, because not all of them can have a voice range as an expert opera singers and mostly women are referred to Mezzo Sopranos who are included in the Opera are typically second singers apart from the main lead singer. The terms Soprano, mezzo-sop ramp, contralto, tenor, baritone and bass are used to describe singers who are not classically trained or non-classical singers and are individuals who posses great voice and while singing in their own genre. Few of the famous singers in the world of Jazz, Classic-crossover, and Heavy metal are also under the Mezzo-Soprano category Tori Amos, Beyonce, Amy Lee, Leona Lewis, Madonna, Whitney Houston to name a few.
Baritone: The actual meaning of the word (Greek Word, Barytonos) which means deep sounding started getting familiar during the 18th It’s a type of classical male singing voice which sounds heavy and deep, the singer’s voice range lies between Bass and Tenor Voice type. The Most Enduring parts for Baritones in the 18th Century opera music was composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and there on lead the singing into the 19th Century. Major Baritone of the first half of the 19th century was the Italian Antonio Tamburini, He was praised for his smooth, flexible tone. Charles W.Clark was regarded as the first American baritone singer to be famous in Europe and was legendary for his baritone singing. He sang his way into the hearts of his listeners from the first song he sang and the number only increased every time he sang. The best thing about his sing high notes was his enunciation which was very distinct and clear.