Freddie Mercury and his Cats

We all know Freddie’s vocals were out of this world!

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When Freddie spoke he was more of a baritone, but the majority of his singing fell in the tenor range. In 2016, a team of scientists decided to study Mercury’s voice. Freddie was an incredible performer and always captivated his audience. To see Freddie live was an honor and a privilege.

HE HAD A RECORDED RANGE OF ALMOST FOUR OCTAVES


Among the many facts, they concluded was that Mercury’s vocal cords moved faster than the average person’s. “While a typical vibrato will fluctuate between 5.4 Hz and 6.9 Hz, Mercury’s was 7.04 Hz,” Consequence of Sound reported.

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