10 best 19TH CENTURY SOPRANO songs for karaoke & auditions | Singing carrots

Top 10 19th century songs for soprano voice for audition and karaoke

This is a song chart of the top 10 19th century songs for soprano, based on the votes of 48917 Singing Carrots users. We count a 'vote' when a user adds one of our 75,000 songs to their repertoire (favorites list). For each song, we show a vocal range (in parentheses). If you click on a song name, you will be able to see the song key, and a list of useful links to the karaoke version, music sheet, and lyrics. If you click on a singer's name, it will take you to the singer's page where you can see all songs by that singer, sorted by popularity and range.

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10 The Grip - The Soldier Boy's Canteen (Eb4-F5)

9 The Grip - The Aldermanic Board (C#4-F#5)

8 The Grip - School Days (C4-F5)

7 The Grip - Oh! Dat Low Bridge! (E4-G5)

6 The Grip - No Wealth without Labor (C4-F5)

5 The Grip - Grogan, the Masher! (C4-Eb5)

4 Cordelia's Aspirations - Waiters' Chorus; or, Two More to Come (F4-G5)

3 Cordelia's Aspirations - Sam Johnson's Colored Cake Walk (C4-F5)

2 Cordelia's Aspirations - My Dad's Dinner Pail (C4-E5)

1 Cordelia's Aspirations - Just Across from Jersey (F4-G5)

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See also

Top 77 songs for soprano voice

Top 77 19th-century songs