No Song is Safe From Us

No Song Is Safe From Us - The NYFOS Blog
 |  Tobias Greenhalgh

There are some artists that just embody perfection when at their best. Cecilia Bartoli seems to be able to turn anything she touches to gold. She has superhuman control of her voice, especially in her stratospheric coloratura and hushed pianissimi. In this recording of the “Pie Jesu” from Fauré’s Requiem, she delicately phrases each note with a sensitive musical understanding, adding vibrato at just the right moments.




 |  Susan Botti

Les Roses d’Ispahan (Gabriel Fauré/Leconte de Lisle) (1884) The vast array of amazing art songs could fill years of “songs-of-the day”… the French chansons have a special place in my heart. In particular, j’adore the music of Gabriel Fauré. It is sumptuous but transparent at the same time – the harmonic change in the “B” […]