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WATCH: The Guinness World Record for Loudest Vocal Note by a Female
(Screen Capture: YouTube.com/Guinness World Records)
They claim everyone has one special talent. Smilyana Zaharieva's is the ability to irreparably damage the cochlear nerve in canines with her immensely powerful soprano voice! Sadly, Zahariaeva apparently has no talent in the area of musical pitch. But then, neither does David Hasselhoff, and he's done alright for himself - at least outside of the United States.
At any rate, the fine people of Guinness - not the beer - just posted a video of Smilyana Zaharieva setting an all-new world record for the "loudest mezzo-soprano vocal note" from a female. Zaharieva's note peaked at 113.8 decibels, which is the same volume as a rock concert. In order to meet the Guinness guidelines, Zaharieva had to stand 8.2-feet from the sound meter, and hold the note for five seconds.
Check it out in the clip below.
H&N Pro Tip: You might want to turn down the volume a bit if you're going to listening with your actual ears. This gal sounds like a gas-powered leaf blower.
Amazing! I had an ex-wife who sounded just like that... DAILY.
Hammer and Nigel have more on Smilyana Zaharieva in today's edition of "Is This Anything?"
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