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In one live recording of "Chuncho", she sings a range of over four and a half octaves, from B 2 to F ♯ 7 . She was able to sing notes in the low baritone register as well as notes above the range of an ordinary soprano and notes in the whistle register . Both low and high extremes can be heard in the song "Chuncho (The Forest Creatures)" (1953). She was also apparently able to sing in a remarkable "double voice." [6]

Carey's parents divorced when she was 3 years old. She stunned her mother by imitating her operatic singing as early as age two, and was given singing lessons starting at age four. After graduating in 1987 from Harborfields High School in Greenlawn, New York, Carey moved to Manhattan where she worked as a waitress, coat check girl, and studied cosmetology while writing songs and actively pursuing a music career at night.


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