Is there a name for these similar sounding high-pitched voices?

What are high pitched voices called?

In more technical musical settings, the word treble is used to refer to higher musical notes, or, in UK English, higher voices. In US English, the highest voices are called soprano.

How do you describe high pitched voices?

A high-pitched sound is shrill and high in pitch.

What is the word for high voice?


Falsetto is a musical term for a male voice that’s artificially high.

What is a squeaky voice called?

Puberphonia (also known as mutational falsetto, functional falsetto, incomplete mutation, adolescent falsetto, or pubescent falsetto) is a functional voice disorder that is characterized by the habitual use of a high-pitched voice after puberty, hence why many refer to the disorder as resulting in a ‘falsetto’ voice.

What are voice pitches called?

Low voice

soprano: C4 to A5
mezzo-soprano: A3 to F#5
alto: G3 to E5 (and contralto as F3-D5)
tenor: roughly C3 to A4
baritone: A2 to F4

What are the 6 types of speaking voices?

Musical practice for centuries has recognized six basic voice types: bass, baritone, and tenor in the male, in contrast to contralto, mezzo-soprano, and soprano in the female. Sex, therefore, is one of the first determinants of voice type in the two categories.

What is high male voice called?

Countertenor range: The countertenor is the highest male voice.

What are the four main types of voices?

Soprano is the highest sounding voice and alto is the lower sounding voice. Male voices are classified as tenor (highest), baritone (medium high), and bass (lowest).

What is the rarest voice type?


A countertenor is a male singer who can sing as high as a soprano or mezzo-soprano. The countertenor is the rarest of all voice types.

What is the rarest female voice type?


Check these ladies out. Contraltos are arguably the rarest of female voice types and they possess a tone so dark they often give the men a run for their money. If mezzos are like clarinets, contraltos are more like bass clarinets.