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Nicole Cabell and Alyson Cambridge, acclaimed sopranos and close friends, record together for the first time on an album of opera duets by Mozart, Offenbach, Humperdinck, and Delibes and specially commissioned duet arrangements of classical songs, folk tunes, and African-American spirituals. Cabell, 2005 winner of the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition, is ''a faultlessly gleaming soprano'' (Financial Times). Cambridge is ''radiant, vocally assured...and artistically imaginative'' (Washington Post), known for her ''revelatory, sensual, smoky readings'' (Opera News). Joining them in the ''Soave sia il vento'' trio from Mozart's Così fan tutte is the ''mellow-voiced and charismatic'' (New York Times) baritone Will Liverman. They're accompanied on their Cedille debut by the Lake Forest Symphony under 2015 Sir Georg Solti Conducting Award winner Vladimir Kulenovic. Inspired by opera stars Kathleen Battle & Jessye Norman's spirituals recording from the early 1990s, the sopranos describe their album as a ''dream project'' that's ''uniquely us,'' reflecting their multi-ethnic heritages and showcasing songs that profoundly influenced them both. Composer-arranger Joe Clark, whose music has been performed by Renee Fleming, Yo-Yo Ma, and jazz singer Kurt Elling, among other classical, jazz, and pop artists, created arrangements expressly for Cabell and Cambridge's distinctive voices.

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  • Package Dimensions : 5.5 x 5 x 0.5 inches; 3.17 Ounces
  • Manufacturer : Cedille
  • Original Release Date : 2018
  • Date First Available : August 21, 2018
  • Label : Cedille
  • ASIN : B07GJFQ2FD
  • Number of discs : 1
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5.0 out of 5 stars Famous soprano/mezzo soprano duets sung with unworldly blend
By Charles A. Amenta on November 21, 2018
This is my first-ever product review for Amazon. I bought my CD from Cedille directly. This recording is a delight from beginning to end containing some of the most beautiful music ever penned and sung exquisitely. I think I’ll begin with a very personal anecdote. The Verdi duet “Solemne in quest'ora” for tenor and baritone was recorded by Caruso and Antonio Scotti in the early 20th century. Caruso’s full lower tenor register and the brightness of Scotti’s baritone made listeners—unfamiliar with the text—confused. For many of the opening phrases, such listeners could not tell who was singing when. My father and I, literally on his death bed this January, were listening to many opera-recording favorites; he declared that Caruso and Scotti switched roles to fool the public. Given the setting, I didn’t argue. Back to the task at hand. Nicole Cabell is a lyric soprano—best known for winning the Cardiff “Singer of the World” contest and appearing as Musetta in the La Boheme video with Anna Netrebko and Rolando Villazon. In Chicago, we are extremely familiar with Ms. Cabell because she trained here and has sung many times with Lyric opera and the Chicago Symphony. Alyson Cambridge was new to me. The selections are among the most famous soprano and mezzo soprano duets from Tales of Hoffman, Lakmé, Così fan tutte, and Hansel and Gretel—sung in the original languages even though I give the English. The thing that is so striking about the CD is that the voices blend in such perfect synthesis that it is positively otherworldly. Ms. Cabell has such a full lower register and Ms. Cambridge such a wonderful upper register that even in pieces that one thinks one knows completely, there is much to appreciate. The CD is filled out by song arrangements for orchestra and by spirituals—the singers are African American. The recording is exquisitely engineered. I have to say that the sympathetic support by the Lake Forest Symphony under Vladimir Kulenovic is very fine. (I am on the board of a similar orchestra in a different Chicago suburb, so it would be easy to damn with faint praise, but the LFS plays unimpeachably beautifully.) If you want to hear something modernist like Lulu and the Countess or highly dramatic like Aida and Amneris clashing, this is not your CD. But for familiar, beautiful duets and songs, this would be hard to beat. Addendum: I just read the booklet and note that Ms. Cambridge is a “lirico spinto” soprano who sings Butterfly! She must be one of those super women, like Jessye Norman, who has the complete female range.
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