typical altos

Delphi and Rita were typical altos, in that they sang lower than sopranos. I don’t think either of them had any training beyond a required middle or elementary school choir. Possibly not even that. Anyone can sing. Not everyone studies singing although most people practice regularly. Practice is the most important thing but a good teacher can do wonders for vocal strength. Anyone who has immersed themselves in a sea of music, squeezed a beat into every measure from awakening to passing out, as Delphi and Rita both obviously had, sings constantly. I suspect it would be difficult to listen to lots of music and never sing along. I suppose there are people who never sing. I haven’t met them.

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