Imaginary part of a spectrum

Let $H$ be a Hilbert space, $A$ be a normal bounded operator on $H$ with spectrum $\sigma(A)=\{\lambda\in \mathbb{C}\;|\;A-\lambda Id \text{ is not invertible }\}$. Is $\sigma\left(\dfrac{A-A^*}{2i}\right)$ the set of imaginary part of the elements of $\sigma(A)$ ? Thanks.

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$\frac{A-A^*}{2i} = f (A)$
where $f$ is the imaginary part function on $\mathbb{C}$. And when you apply a continuous function $f$ to a normal operator $A$ you have : $Spec(f(A)) = f(Spec(A))$ (you can see that by restricting to the abelian sub-$C^*$-algebra generated by $A$).