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Within the tenor vocal category, there is a voice that some call light lyric tenor. This type of singer must be appropriately taught. One cannot reveal or develop his specific vocal characteristics when trained as a lower-voiced tenor (even as a lyric tenor). One must pay extra attention to the singer’s body shape, his exact Passaggio notes, his fitting repertoire.
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Working with a beginner takes a similar approach at first whatever the vocal category. The basics notions of posture and breathing are almost identical. However, once the true voice type of the student is established, a voice tutor must respect it. Teaching a soprano in the mezzo range does not help at all; training a tenor as a baritone until he gains high notes is counter-productive, to say the least. It is of the utmost importance that a student be trained in his/her appropriate vocal category.