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Placido D. duet reinforcing Susan's place in music


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Initial post: Jul 17, 2012 8:57:25 AM PDT
With the 4th Susan Boyle album on the way the announced Placido duet on his album cements her accomplished place in the music industry.

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Posted on Jul 18, 2012 3:27:17 PM PDT
Realmusiklvr says:
Can't wait to hear this duet. Two amazing voices and two great individuals.

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Posted on Jul 21, 2012 5:39:40 AM PDT
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I find it interesting that Placido D. is almost the same age as the sputtering senile old git troll of these threads. Of course he is a world accomplished world class musician not just a singer. A lot more accomplished than an amateur professor from Scotland.

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Posted on Jul 24, 2012 10:52:02 AM PDT
Realmusiklvr says:
So often we read that someone "hopes to sing with Susan..." Placido could obviously take his pick of singers who would do handsprings to sing with him. His choosing Susan speaks volumes about her talent. Sure hope they will show up somewhere to perform together.

Posted on Jul 24, 2012 11:43:25 AM PDT
I agree that this duet with Placido Domingo is a great honor for Susan. But clearly fitting as the blending of these two voices will be a thing of beauty!! Gone forever the box of "reality show contestant"!

Posted on Jul 25, 2012 9:15:52 PM PDT
Clix Pix says:
Placido Domingo pays a huge compliment to Susan:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Placido-Domingo/148369531898322

The relevant paragraph:

"The repertoire, in four languages, is chosen from over 70 years of the world's most popular melodies. It goes from the sensuous Mexican 1940s classic Bésame mucho (`Kiss Me Again and Again', here arranged as a duet with star trumpeter Chris Botti) to Shania Twain's 1990s hit From This Moment On, performed with Susan Boyle. Boyle shot to world-wide fame after appearing on a British TV talent show. "She was like an angel in that competition," says Domingo. "I knew I had to sing with such a beautiful voice."

This is a man who has sung with some of the greatest female voices in the world....especially in opera, where he has performed alongside Montserrat Caballe and many others. This "duet" between Susan and Placido Domingo should be very interesting!

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Dawn Couch says:
To een ama nihi gmc: Placido chose to sing with Susan Boyle because IN HIS OPINION Susan had a beautiful voice and he recognized true talent when he heard it. Are you saying you are a better judge of talent than Placido? Read Clix Pix's comment.
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