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Who is the owner of the world’s highest voice?

27 Aug 2010 - 12:49 WIB

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Each singer has a different ability in sound off his golden voice. As one example of Mariah Carey, he was able to fans with a riveting vocal technique and range of her voice very Good, Michael Bubble with vocal technique along with the jazz song, Rod Stewart and Bryan Adams with a hoarse voice that characterizes in each of the songs, Rihanna’s vocal technique in nuanced songs full of R & B, and many more singers with the capabilities and prowess of each. Among the listeners and connoisseurs of music sounds wonderful artist singer in the world, of course, someone asks, how high actual sich their vocals. And who is the man who have the highest voices. This is the answer!

According to Guinness World Records listed, there is a man with extraordinary abilities. Here she is, Adam Lopez is a man of China nationals with a voice that reaches 4900 Hz (D # 8), has broken the world record. This is the highest tone to the standard semitones grand piano or 4435 Hz. Adam Lopez Costa, or more commonly known by the name Adam Lopez is the man born in Brisbane, August 26, 1972, was a musician and singer embrace your type of pop music. He began his career right after he graduated high school, at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music at Griffith University in Australia. He spent his time during the five years to study opera.

In his career, he had become a backing vocal world renowned artists such as Mariah Carey, Debelah Morgan Keith Urban and Australian artists. In 2005 he released an album Popera, and in 2006, he again made an album titled Showstopper. He also has scored his debut album with an Australian jazz musician James Morrison on terumpet with the album titled Till the end of time in the year 2008.

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