High Pitch Mystery

Why are high pitched voices, in general, perceived better at singing? What is the inherent quality in a higher pitched voice that can strike a chord with listeners’ feelings as opposed to a lower bass-level tone?

If a piece of music is arranged such that it composes mainly of soprano-range instruments, would a bass-range voice be perceived as better, to balance the overall sound?

Why isn’t music made that way?


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