09. June 2007 · Comments Off · Categories: imported, Other People's Words

There are some great voices like Gerry Finley’s which have that real stamp of character, but I’m bothered by the way classical singers always sing loud. For years I’ve been looking for a different sort of voice, something more intimate, but still intense.

Read here.

That quote, by Composer Mark-Anthony Turnage … well … I wonder if what he really meant was “sing large” rather than “sing loud”. I’ve heard plenty of classical singers sing softly. It’s just that they sing in very much a large sort of way, if you know what I mean, even when they sing softly.

Just thinkin’ ….
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