Debunking K-pop Vocal Myths #16: Are BTS’ Jimin and UP10TION’s Sunyoul countertenors?

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7 thoughts on “Debunking K-pop Vocal Myths #16: Are BTS’ Jimin and UP10TION’s Sunyoul countertenors?

  1. Wow! Thanks so much for another informative video! I actually saw a performance a few days ago where there was a countertenor singing in pieces as both male and female roles and it was the first time for me to hear one in person. (People around me looked very confused when he first started to sing lol… I think classical instrumentalists tend to not be very informed at all about singers in general) This video helped to clear up a lot of the questions I had, and was also a nice review of castrati singers as well. I look forward to more videos in the future:)

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  2. Another voice type that I hear get thrown around/ compared to with countertenor is leggiero tenor. Is that also a part that people used to train for or is that a specific voice type?


  3. can you sing in male and female voice? is there possible to have both gender voices in one’s vocal range? just like you using lower range to sound male and using falsetto/head voice to sound female. or is it still has male sound quality in your head voice? there has been this guy named hudson imb whose talent is singing in male and female sound


    1. People who do that have a different method because they are like those transgendered men who don’t undergo surgery but can speak like men and women and I’m not sure how.


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