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Can these classifications apply to non-classical type of singers? I would love to hear how you would classify male voices particularly ones in Gospel Music. In this genre alot of males are training their head- voice or falsetto (not sure which one) to actually blend in or sound like a higher extension of their chest voice. If properly done it results in a very powerful and high singing voice that can rival any alto and soprano in chest/head voice. A singer who was formerly known as Tonex (now known as Bslade) is widely noted for this type of voice along with others and I just so happens to be one that practices this technique. Currently I can stretch my range from E2- C6 (Maybe D6 /d#6 on a really good day), would I still classify myself as a baritone/tenor with a very extended range?