Singspiration time! Here’s a range of very different kinds of singing, to whet your musical appetite and open your ears!
First up, here’s a fantastic, ballsy, full-of-feeling song from the musical Waitress by Sara Bareilles, sung by Keala Settle from the Original Broadway Cast Recording.
Now for something totally different, Spem In Alium by Thomas Tallis. How rich, mysterious and beautiful this song is! Sung here by the King’s Singers, the forty voice parts are sung by these six men via multitrack technology!
Here’s another stunning and emotive piece, with some beautiful soaring high notes, Allegri’s Miserere.
And for another big change in singing and music styles, here is what is apparently one of the first recordings of Georgian polyphony, recorded 1907. The track features some gorgeous yodelling, intricately interspersed with the singing.
That’s all for now! Keep singing, keep listening and keep letting your lights shine! Best wishes, Hannah-Rose Tristram
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