A few weeks ago a friend sent me a “bootleg” with recording of unknown to me British soprano: Sally Matthews. It was very interning as she had very interesting tone and a surprising ease to care her voice.
I picked a few of her recordings and it turned out that I like her. She is not perfect form articulation perspective and in some instances her expressionism is kind of “vibrating” - I would expect more from a singer of his age. However, she has very appealing tone across her whole range. Her tone has some softness and some pliability - it sound almost like a good mango juice with sufficient amount of pulp...
I wish she record more and more divert repertoire… It looks like she is gaining popularity… If she comes somewhere near Boston then I would go….Rgs, Romy the Cat
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