Author Topic: WHAT ARE ALL THE TYPE OF CONGOLESE VOICES?  (Read 845 times)

Manzambi94 on: November 07, 2022, 22:35

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1ere voix
2eme voix
Tenor
Baritone
Soprano and then?

Franco Pepe Kalle #1 on: November 09, 2022, 02:30

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I am glad that you mentioned this discussion. This is a good discussion.
As I mentioned in a Quartier Latin First voice Debate, there are four voices for men and there is a male version for a man who has a Soprano voice.

Here is how it is which is also true for other music scenes concerning male voices.

Second Bass= Which you can say Deuxième (2ème) voix or Bass voice
First Bass= Which you can say Baritone which is basically regular baritone.
Second Tenor= Which you can say Première (1ère voix) or High Baritone
First Tenor= Which you can say Tenor or if a male has a soprano like voice, we will can that man "Counter-Tenor" singer.

Here are a sample of examples that I can think of

Second Bass= Jordan Kusa, Koffi Olomide, Deon Bukasa, Cappucino, Djo Poster, Nyoka Longo, Lengi Lenga (Ya Lengos), Modogo Abrahamwa, Fabregas, Mulembu, etc
First Bass= Robino Mudimbu, Innos B, Reddy Amisi, Stino Mubi, Pepe Kalle, Madilu System, Jp Buse (JP), Franco, Solo Sita, Dilu Dilumona, Defao, Gina Efonge, Kester Emeneya, Joli Mubiala, Djodjo Ikomo, Werrason, Blaise Bula, Adolphe Dominguez, Elba Top A, Bozi Boziana, Serge Mabiala, Kabose, Marie Paul, Michel Boyibanda, Kwamy Munsi, Soki Vangu, Cele Le Roi, Deo Bondo, Ben Nyambao, Esperant Kinsangani, Djodjo Bayinge, Lola Checain, Ndombe Opetum, Baby Ndombe, JDT, Josky Kiambukuta, etc
Second Tenor= Carlyto Lassa, Lassa Pambele L'acolyte, Pamelo Mounka, Vicky Longomba, Ferre Gola, Fally Ipupa, Gaz Mawete, Papy Tex, Papy Balayi, Alain Mpela, Sam Mangwana, Soki Diazenza, Djo Mpoyi, Ballou Canta, Malage de Lugendo, Petit Omba, Desouza Santu, Manda Chante, Aimelia Lias, JB Mpiana, Kiese Diambu, etc
First Tenor= Adamo Ekula, Babia Ndonga, Eric Tutsi, Debaba, Eric Menthe, Luciana Demingongo, Blaise Matadidi, Misha Mfum, Ntesa Dalienst, Evoloko Jocker, Heritier, Didier Lacoste, Papa Wemba, etc

Manzambi94 #2 on: November 09, 2022, 19:00

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I am glad that you mentioned this discussion. This is a good discussion.
As I mentioned in a Quartier Latin First voice Debate, there are four voices for men and there is a male version for a man who has a Soprano voice.

Here is how it is which is also true for other music scenes concerning male voices.

Second Bass= Which you can say Deuxième (2ème) voix or Bass voice
First Bass= Which you can say Baritone which is basically regular baritone.
Second Tenor= Which you can say Première (1ère voix) or High Baritone
First Tenor= Which you can say Tenor or if a male has a soprano like voice, we will can that man "Counter-Tenor" singer.

Here are a sample of examples that I can think of

Second Bass= Jordan Kusa, Koffi Olomide, Deon Bukasa, Cappucino, Djo Poster, Nyoka Longo, Lengi Lenga (Ya Lengos), Modogo Abrahamwa, Fabregas, Mulembu, etc
First Bass= Robino Mudimbu, Innos B, Reddy Amisi, Stino Mubi, Pepe Kalle, Madilu System, Jp Buse (JP), Franco, Solo Sita, Dilu Dilumona, Defao, Gina Efonge, Kester Emeneya, Joli Mubiala, Djodjo Ikomo, Werrason, Blaise Bula, Adolphe Dominguez, Elba Top A, Bozi Boziana, Serge Mabiala, Kabose, Marie Paul, Michel Boyibanda, Kwamy Munsi, Soki Vangu, Cele Le Roi, Deo Bondo, Ben Nyambao, Esperant Kinsangani, Djodjo Bayinge, Lola Checain, Ndombe Opetum, Baby Ndombe, JDT, Josky Kiambukuta, etc
Second Tenor= Carlyto Lassa, Lassa Pambele L'acolyte, Pamelo Mounka, Vicky Longomba, Ferre Gola, Fally Ipupa, Gaz Mawete, Papy Tex, Papy Balayi, Alain Mpela, Sam Mangwana, Soki Diazenza, Djo Mpoyi, Ballou Canta, Malage de Lugendo, Petit Omba, Desouza Santu, Manda Chante, Aimelia Lias, JB Mpiana, Kiese Diambu, etc
First Tenor= Adamo Ekula, Babia Ndonga, Eric Tutsi, Debaba, Eric Menthe, Luciana Demingongo, Blaise Matadidi, Misha Mfum, Ntesa Dalienst, Evoloko Jocker, Heritier, Didier Lacoste, Papa Wemba, etc

Wow this was really informative I think
That I can equate your classificati9n with this list from Wikipedia


Second Bass, 2eme voix = Bass
First Bass = Baritone
1ere Voix, 2nd Tenor = Tenor
1st Tenor = ContreTenor












I see
I have already asked Archos this but I want your opinion
Listening to these two songs, which do you think I will classify as?


From 00:23 and on

https://open.spotify.com/track/11TNuCh8PYFnF056gIl3EI?si=-i8QrhaPRlW5qHggPDEptA&utm_source=copy-link




And also from 00:16 and on, where my voice classify as?


https://open.spotify.com/track/5PgngFOqv5ZvFfB2cVoMH4?si=dnM2lj63QLaQh4975RgYzA&utm_source=copy-link
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Franco Pepe Kalle #3 on: November 10, 2022, 06:19

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I would classify you as 2nd Bass but it is more 2eme voix type.

Manzambi94 #4 on: November 10, 2022, 20:25

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I would classify you as 2nd Bass but it is more 2eme voix type.
Thanks, it is interesting because some people say your same thing and some say that I am a 1er voix lourd, anyway what Alian Mpela can be classify as?