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  1. Re: Collegium 1704 to perform Missa Omnium Sanctorum at Utrecht Early Music Festival

    What do you mean by "heavy vibrato"? Have you ever heard a really opera singers with "heavy vibrato" like Leontyne Price and many others?:-)
    hardly, when you say Hellerova and Cukrova sing with...
  2. Re: Collegium 1704 to perform Missa Omnium Sanctorum at Utrecht Early Music Festival

    You can also find a lot of quotes from 16.-18. century speaking for vibrato...Finally, it was in the past, as today, a matter of taste
    Jan

    Francesco Geminiani advocated using vibrato "as...
  3. Re: Collegium 1704 to perform Missa Omnium Sanctorum at Utrecht Early Music Festival

    To Honey: B

    To Honey: But that is the question...what is "good early music singer". Someon likes Blazikova, someon Hellerova...that´s ok. None of the Baroque theorists do not speak about...
  4. Re: Collegium 1704 to perform Missa Omnium Sanctorum at Utrecht Early Music Festival

    Zelenka never used countertenor (nor Handel or all Italien composers). Of course he commonly used castrato-singers, but the voice of the castrato is totally different from the voice of countertenor -...
  5. Re: Collegium 1704 to perform Missa Omnium Sanctorum at Utrecht Early Music Festival

    The soprano solo (Alena Hellerová) was ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC - AMAZING. With great clarity and profound expression - exactly what Zelenka´s music needs! Beautiful voice!
    The performance can be seen...
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