The tenor is the nearest harmony part that can be sung above the melody, and the baritone is the nearest harmony part below the melody. If it had any less notes than that, it wouldn’t be harmony at all. Scrobble songs to get recommendations on tracks you'll love.
(Chorus). And stay a while with me Louis Armstrong famously said, “All music is folk music, I ain’t never heard no horse sing a song,” (another example of the triple-negative with a twist, like Bill Monroe’s, “Ain’t no part of nothin’”). For the simple reason that the harmony part I’m about to show you has only one note. (Chorus), Don’t you see that distant train In bluegrass harmony, “tenor” and “baritone” don’t refer to your vocal range at all.