11 Ways Your Sopranos are Actual Mean Girls

Tori Cook March 14, 2017

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I'm a soprano 1 and we're kind of the worst people ever. (Just kidding - I love my fellow sopranos.) But after years of singing in the soprano section, I've come to realize that there are a few parallels between sopranos and the movie "Mean Girls." Don't believe me? Does this sound familiar to you?

 

Testing the New Sopranos

But you’re, like, really talented… So you agree? You think you’re really talented?”

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When You Want the Solo But Your Friend Auditions For It

You can't audition for my solo! That’s just, like, the rules of feminism.

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Singing a Piece Where the Notes Lie Above the Staff

Raise your hand if you have ever been personally victimized by this repertoire.

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Even the men are victimized...

 

When an Alto Tries to Sit in the Soprano Section

You can't sit with us.

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Karen's Confusion

Karen: Why are you an alto?

Me: Karen, you can't just ask people why they're altos!

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The Soprano Who Doesn't Understand Straight Tone

But I can't help it if I've got a heavy sound and a wide-set vibrato.

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Soprano 1s Always Think They're the Best

Me: What part do you sing?

Her: I'm a Soprano 1, duh. *pretentiously rolls eyes and points to self*

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Carefully Manipulating Your Fellow Sopranos

Don't sing like that, because you will get nodules and die.

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The Overly-Confident Soprano

I can't help it that I'm so talented.

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Pretending to Be Bad Singers

Soprano #1: My tone is so weird.

Soprano #2: My vibrato is huge.

Soprano #3: My high notes suck.

Soprano #4: I have bad breath support....

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Sopranos Got Sass

To the new soprano: I really like your voice!

Behind her back: That is the ugliest effing voice I've ever heard.

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Can we all take a litle advice from Tina Fey and stop being so mean?

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Tori Cook

Tori Cook is the Director of Marketing at Chorus Connection. She directs the Harborlight Show Chorus and is President of Chorus pro Musica in the Boston area. When not making music, she daydreams about adopting a golden retriever puppy and scuba diving to exotic locations around the world.

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