The Bee Gees vocal range

According to our database the vocal range of this artist is:

D2 - G5 (3.4 octaves)

Song with the LOWEST pitch:
Massachusetts (D2-B4)
Song with the HIGHEST pitch:
You Should Be Dancing (A#3-G5)

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Voice types

Based on their range the artist can perform songs for:

Bass (E2-E4)

Baritone (A2-A4)

Tenor (C3-C5)

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More songs by the artist

Stayin' Alive (D#3-D#4)
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For Whom the Bell Tolls (G#3-A4)
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Alone (D3-E5)
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Emotion (F#2-D4)
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Tragedy [Excerpt] (A#3-G4)
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Jive Talkin' (C3-C5)
Heartbreaker (D3-B4)
First of May (C#3-G4)
Too Much Heaven (B2-G4)
Night Fever (C3-D#4)
Tragedy (D4-F#5)
Words (D3-D#4)
Guilty (C3-F4)
One (F#3-G#4)
World (C#3-E4)
Wind of Change (C#3-A4)
Holiday (D3-G4)
Secret Love (D3-A#4)
You Win Again (D3-G4)
Lonely Days (G3-D#4)
Fanny (B2-D#5)
Love So Right (B2-E4)
Immortality (A2-D4)
Run to Me (E3-G#4)
Love Me (F3-C#5)
My World (D3-F#4)

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