The Vocal Range of Freddie Mercury: (G1-)C♯2-F5(-F6)
Freddie Mercury's legendary voice is known all around the world. His influence on singing, unique style, powerful high notes and solid lower range have granted him the reputation of 'one of the greatest singers of all time'.
Often mistaken as a high baritone or a leggiero tenor, Mercury was actually a low tenor during his musical career. His singing style during 80's started to get much raspier and he sounded identically like a baritone in many of his performances from that era. His voice is best described as a really low tenor with baritonish qualities.