The Human Voice

The Human Vocal Range

Women
Soprano voice rangeC4 – C6
Mezzo-soprano voice rangeA3 – A5
Contralto voice rangeF3 – F5
Men
Countertenor voice rangeE3 – E5
Tenor voice rangeC3 – C5
Baritone voice rangeA2 – A4
Bass voice rangeE2 – E4
Children
Treble voice rangeA3 – A5
From: Wikipedia/wiki/Voice_type

The voiced speech of a typical adult male will have a fundamental frequency from 85 to 180 Hz, and that of a typical adult female from 165 to 255 Hz.

Finding your vocal range

The easiest way to find your own vocal range is to sing a scale slowly whilst playing it on an instrument. The diagram below shows the names of notes on piano and guitar. Middle C is C4 in Scientific Pitch Notation, and note that the numbers change from B to C, not from G to A as the alphabet might suggest.

Vocal Ranges of Members and Songs

MemberLowestLowHighHighest
CG2B♭2D4G4
G
R
A
SongKeyLowHigh
Bye bye loveAE3E4
Have you ever seen the rainCG3A4
MassachusettsGD3G4
Bad moon risingDB3G4
StayDF♯3E4
Don't stop (Male)EC♯3B3
Don't stop (Female)EC♯4B4

References

Wikipedia/wiki/Voice_type

Wikipedia/wiki/Voice_frequency

Wikipedia/wiki/Vocal_range

Wikipedia/wiki/Voice_classification_in_non-classical_music

Wikipedia/wiki/Choir

Wikipedia/wiki/Singing