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Highest Note Ever Reached! Without Whistle Register !

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Uploaded on Jan 23, 2009

This is the highest human voice that only mado robin can hit several times without any whistle register!


Listen to the last notes it will tell you if it is B7 or D7 or A#7

the world tells that this is the highest without any whistle.!

Please analyse the last notes with much ease which is beautifully sung by the stratospheric coloratura soprano!
According to wikipedia she does'nt need to use a whistle register!

My question is why?
Someone please answer it!


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Omitted in Bel Canto Society -

Robin (1918-1960) is listed in editions of the Guinness Book of World Records :

in the Lucia "Mad Scene." At the end of the Hamlet aria she sings an F-sharp, at the end of the Mireille,




she was the preeminent 20th-century French coloratura.


according to listverse.com - This amazing French singer has one of the highest recorded notes in classical music. You must listen to the whole song - the last note is unbelievable! Put your crystal in a safe place! I have done some research and various sources give her highest note as either a B above Top C, or a D above top C, which, if I recall my theory classes correctly, would be B7 and D7 respectively. This is the last octave on a classical piano and is only three octaves lower than G10 (dog whistle pitch), the point at which humans can no longer hear the note. The highest recorded singer is Georgia Brown who is reported (by the Guiness Book of Records) to have reached G10.


according to oxford dictionary of opera - Mado Robin, who was known for her exceptionally high voice, sang a number of compositions created especially to exploit her highest notes.


According to wikipedia- ( comprehension for the reader) Rarely will coloraturas use whistle tone when doing high extended notes. However, singers like Mado Robin were noted for doing so. Also, some rare coloratura sopranos do not need to use whistle register at all.




50's recording is sometimes not good in the ear unlike the technology today that can make sounds better nor sharper and can imitate high notes using some softwares!




Please respect the legendary stratospheric coloratura soprano!

( she had'nt need to use a whistle because she is simply stratospheric!)

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