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Since its debut production in 1981, Dreamgirls has gone on to become one of the most iconic musicals of all time since due to its progressive story about racial division and the music industry of the time, dynamic characters based on real life Motown and soul singers of the eras and of course, its incredible soundtrack. “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” is the pivotal song that is considered one of the most vocally demanding songs from a musical – in fact, in contemporary music. The grit, range, power, resonance, breath control, stamina and agility as well as emotion to inject into the song and act it out are an extremely rare combination of requirements that a singer must meet in order to pull it off successfully… Those who play Effie White, needless to say, have to have a BIG voice. A dramatic soprano or mezzo or spinto soprano are probably the voice types best suited to the song due to its intensity, climactic middle and ending and elongated sustained belted notes in the fifth octave at full volume. And let’s not forget this comes after an hour of singing already (for those who performed in the actual musical), with enough voice left to keep going for another hour. However, some with smaller voices have also attempted the difficult challenge, though unless they have a decent enough technique to at least support and hold the big notes easily, they may find it pretty suicidal for their vocal cords. Below is a rundown of some of the most prominent performances of the song and my ratings on their vocals to see who is the Queen of all Effie Whites and this song. Jennifer Holliday (1981) For a 15 year old girl, this rendition is certainly impressive. Simon correctly says it’s one of the biggest songs in the world, but her confidence is what really makes this performance. Her overall vocal shows great potential – she has good breath control – but she is often off pitch and strained the higher notes, something that for a young voice can be damaging. Also, it sounds like she’s thickening her voice to sound deeper and heavier than normal. WINNER: Beating off stiff competition from Jennifer Hudson and the legendary Whitney Houston, Marisha Wallace IS the Queen of Effies! " data-medium-file="https://thesonginsidethetune.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/img_1053-2-380x530.jpg? w=215" data-large-file="https://thesonginsidethetune.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/img_1053-2-380x530.jpg? w=380" src="https://thesonginsidethetune.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/img_1053-2-380x530.jpg? w=450" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-787" alt="IMG_1053-2-380x530" srcset="https://thesonginsidethetune.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/img_1053-2-380x530380w, https://thesonginsidethetune.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/img_1053-2-380x530.jpg? w=108 108w, https://thesonginsidethetune.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/img_1053-2-380x530.jpg? w=215 215w" sizes="(max-width: 380px) 100vw, 380px" So those are some of the ladies who have put their vocal abilities to the test with this song – some doing very well, others not so much. But there are definitely others I’d love to hear attempt this song as I have faith they’d do great renditions: Patti Labelle – a true dramatic soprano of pop music with some of the most extraordinary lungs of all time. I have absolutely no doubt Patti would be able to smash this song out of the park – even now – and I’m surprised she’s never performed it before. Anika Noni Rose – she played Lorrell Robinson in the film version of Dreamgirls and has proved that she is a very capable vocalist with a rich, warm voice and great range and technique. It’d be very interesting to hear her tackle the song. Beverley Knight – Bev is one hell of a vocalist who could undoubtedly take this song and do it more than justice. I can imagine her leaping up and down the song’s range with complete ease and adding carefully thought out and beautiful runs to it, as well as tasteful growls. Beyoncé – She may not quite have the breath control to sing the sustained notes or the upper belting register to hit the higher notes but Bey has a very proficient technique and is a clever enough singer to be able to make this song her own, so can I imagine she’d give it her best shot. Jessie J – Ok, not a huge fan of Jessie’s style and I don’t have faith she’d give a great rendition to be honest, but it would definitely be intriguing to hear her bring her own sound to this. Christina Aguilera – Whether or not Xtina would have the stamina to be able to keep up with the highs and dramatic climax of the song is one thing but being a fan of hers it would no doubt be interesting to see and hear how she’d attempt to rework the song to fit her voice and capabilities. This entry was posted on May 4, 2017 at am and is filed under Christina Aguilera, Female Vocalists, Live Performances, Songs, Whitney Houston with tags Christina Aguilera, Dreamgirls, Jennifer Hudson, mezzo-soprano, Music, soprano, Whitney Houston. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. Since its debut production in 1981, Dreamgirls has gone on to become one of the most iconic musicals of all time since due to its progressive story about racial division and the music industry of the time, dynamic characters based on real life Motown and soul singers of the eras and of course, its incredible soundtrack. “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” is the pivotal song that is considered one of the most vocally demanding songs from a musical – in fact, in contemporary music. The grit, range, power, resonance, breath control, stamina and agility as well as emotion to inject into the song and act it out are an extremely rare combination of requirements that a singer must meet in order to pull it off successfully… Those who play Effie White, needless to say, have to have a BIG voice. A dramatic soprano or mezzo or spinto soprano are probably the voice types best suited to the song due to its intensity, climactic middle and ending and elongated sustained belted notes in the fifth octave at full volume. And let’s not forget this comes after an hour of singing already (for those who performed in the actual musical), with enough voice left to keep going for another hour. However, some with smaller voices have also attempted the difficult challenge, though unless they have a decent enough technique to at least support and hold the big notes easily, they may find it pretty suicidal for their vocal cords. Below is a rundown of some of the most prominent performances of the song and my ratings on their vocals to see who is the Queen of all Effie Whites and this song. Jennifer Holliday (1981) For a 15 year old girl, this rendition is certainly impressive. Simon correctly says it’s one of the biggest songs in the world, but her confidence is what really makes this performance. Her overall vocal shows great potential – she has good breath control – but she is often off pitch and strained the higher notes, something that for a young voice can be damaging. Also, it sounds like she’s thickening her voice to sound deeper and heavier than normal. WINNER: Beating off stiff competition from Jennifer Hudson and the legendary Whitney Houston, Marisha Wallace IS the Queen of Effies! " data-medium-file="https://thesonginsidethetune.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/img_1053-2-380x530.jpg? w=215" data-large-file="https://thesonginsidethetune.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/img_1053-2-380x530.jpg? w=380" src="https://thesonginsidethetune.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/img_1053-2-380x530.jpg? w=450" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-787" alt="IMG_1053-2-380x530" srcset="https://thesonginsidethetune.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/img_1053-2-380x530380w, https://thesonginsidethetune.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/img_1053-2-380x530.jpg? w=108 108w, https://thesonginsidethetune.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/img_1053-2-380x530.jpg? w=215 215w" sizes="(max-width: 380px) 100vw, 380px" So those are some of the ladies who have put their vocal abilities to the test with this song – some doing very well, others not so much. But there are definitely others I’d love to hear attempt this song as I have faith they’d do great renditions: Patti Labelle – a true dramatic soprano of pop music with some of the most extraordinary lungs of all time. I have absolutely no doubt Patti would be able to smash this song out of the park – even now – and I’m surprised she’s never performed it before. Anika Noni Rose – she played Lorrell Robinson in the film version of Dreamgirls and has proved that she is a very capable vocalist with a rich, warm voice and great range and technique. It’d be very interesting to hear her tackle the song. Beverley Knight – Bev is one hell of a vocalist who could undoubtedly take this song and do it more than justice. I can imagine her leaping up and down the song’s range with complete ease and adding carefully thought out and beautiful runs to it, as well as tasteful growls. Beyoncé – She may not quite have the breath control to sing the sustained notes or the upper belting register to hit the higher notes but Bey has a very proficient technique and is a clever enough singer to be able to make this song her own, so can I imagine she’d give it her best shot. Jessie J – Ok, not a huge fan of Jessie’s style and I don’t have faith she’d give a great rendition to be honest, but it would definitely be intriguing to hear her bring her own sound to this. Christina Aguilera – Whether or not Xtina would have the stamina to be able to keep up with the highs and dramatic climax of the song is one thing but being a fan of hers it would no doubt be interesting to see and hear how she’d attempt to rework the song to fit her voice and capabilities. This entry was posted on May 4, 2017 at am and is filed under Christina Aguilera, Female Vocalists, Live Performances, Songs, Whitney Houston with tags Christina Aguilera, Dreamgirls, Jennifer Hudson, mezzo-soprano, Music, soprano, Whitney Houston. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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