The most beautiful voices in music

Asha Bhosle: She is said to have recorded over 12,000 songs in a career spanning more than 70 years.

Robert Plant: Led Zeppelin's lead singer has a remarkable and instantly recognizable rock voice, capable of going from soft to screaming without losing its strength.

Maria Callas:  She was famous for the versatility of her roles, but this flexibility also caused the eventual decline of her incredible voice.

Steve Perry: Jon Bon Jovi nicknamed Steve Perry "The Voice" (the same nickname as Sinatra) in 1989. 

Frank Sinatra:
Frank Sinatra's seductive classic baritone inspired multiple generations.

Amália Rodrigues:  The Queen of Fado had a huge range, a uniquely coloured voice, and plenty of soul. 

Édith Piaf: As shown in this thorough analysis of Édith Piaf's voice, vocal range doesn't necessarily define a great voice. 

Whitney Houston: You only have to hear the chorus of Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You" to understand the exceptional quality of Whitney Houston's voice.

Aretha Franklin:
Aretha Franklin has gone down in history as one of the loveliest voices in soul and gospel as well as one of history's most beautiful American voices.

Youssou N'Dour:
Peter Gabriel introduced North America to Youssou N'Dour in the 1980s.

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