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Singer with super deep voice gets album opportunity
Tim Storms has a ten octave range, meaning that humans cannot even hear some of the notes he sings.
Speaking to the Telegraph, Mr Storms said: "My lowest note would be somewhere around if you were to take another piano and sit at the bottom on the left side of the piano, that would be about how low I can go - eight octaves lower than the lowest G on the piano."
According to a medical professional, Mr Storm is able to reach such low notes due to his extra long vocal chords, which are twice the length of the average person's.
The performer sang the lowest ever note, a low E which comes more than two octaves below middle C, on a new album by composer Paul Mealor, called, Tranquility: Voices of Deep Calm with the St. Petersburg Chamber Choir.
Mr Mealor is the composer behind last year's royal wedding music.
Published by A.WPosted on 23 Aug 2012 15:12 to category : Instruments News
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