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Does somebody think you should train your voice to sing tenor if you aren't one naturally? I dunno. Many choirs have the problem that the SATB system is designed for a T/B ratio of about 1:2, but cannot find enough true tenors for the T part. Ones with a real tenor timbre and range. This is a problem, but think twice before choosing the tenor voice in a SATB choir if you're a baritone. It's not only about the top notes. Many baritons hit an A4 (more or less top of the choral tenor range), of course. It's also about the average pitch, about "soaring" in quite a height over long times and being good at that. If you can it, in whatever way in terms of technics, and are fine with this, go singing tenor as a baritone. Probably many people do that. But even lyrical baritones have hurt themselves in the role of a tenor already, so be careful.
Honestly, I don't know what voice type I have. I might be a bass because I have a very "heavy" tone when I sing low and the bottom of my range is around a B1-D2 depending on how I feel; however, I can sing all the way up to a D6-G#6 fairly depending on how I feel with not much strain except if I am "not feeling it" and trying to go higher than I should. And if I use my whistle register, something that is very undeveloped in my voice right now, I can go as high as a C7? Any clue as to what voice type I might have or, not desiring to blaspheme, just possess a massive vocal range?