What is the hardest song to Karaoke of all time?
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 73 weeks ago
That depends on your voice and how trained it is. Which you didn't say.
- pianomanLv 74 weeks ago
No one knows all the songs ever written, so how can one determine what song is the hardest. You did say of "All Time". What's hard for one person may not be hard for another, so no one can answer that question. It calls for an opinion.
- IcequeenLv 71 month ago
'Falling Into You' by Celine Dion
'Wuthering Heights' by Kate Bush.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
For the men... 'Soliloquy' from the musical 'Carousel'. (How many people can you be in about 8 or 9 minutes, and make it real? ... ) Nobody knows it now -- there's no karaoke version.
- MordentLv 72 months ago
I mean if you want REALLY hard then sing a classical opera Der Hölle Rache (the Queen of the Night Aria). In German.
Of songs that could reasonably be expected to be on a karaoke playlist - something by Queen, Mariah Carey, Prince or David Bowie might give you a run for your money - they all had very large ranges, and in the case of Mariah Carey and Freddie Mercury they often used a lot of it in one song. Just listen to Mariah Carey's "Emotions" it has a ridiculous 4 octave range (C3 to E7) and extensively uses her upper register. Even "All I want for Christmas" is pretty absurd.
- SathiLv 72 months ago
Any song with four or more octaves.
- samLv 52 months ago
One day more from les mis... impossible for one person to sing all the parts at once.
For a true solo, defying gravity from wicked is hard to sing well
- 2 months ago
In A Gadda Da Vida - Iron Butterfly.
- JamesLv 72 months ago
While I have never attempted it, I imagine Jethro Tull's "Thick As A Brick" would be pretty challenging. The song is almost 44 minutes long.