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Voice of the Feminine Spirit

Cecilia

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Album Review

Comparisons to Sarah Brightman of "Phantom of the Opera" and Celtic vocalists Enya and Loreena McKennitt are inevitable, but Cecilia has a distinctive vocal style that is uniquely her own. Her pure, bell-like voice is beautifully enhanced by the radiant backdrops of collaborator, flutist, and producer Tim Wheater. The program of strong material includes the traditional "Amazing Grace," augmented with whale sounds to create a plaintive prayer for them. Mike Rowland's "Silver Wings" is given a haunting voice by Cecilia with stirring results, and the album closes as it had opened with the Norwegian reading of Grieg's "Solvieg's Song."

Biography

Born: 11 October 1948 in Madrid, Spain

Genre: Pop in Spanish

Years Active: '70s

The Spanish folk artist Cecilia was born Evangelina Sobredo Galanes in Madrid, on October 11, 1948. The daughter of diplomats, she spent many of her early years traveling internationally. Through active travel she learned English, and subsequently most of her early songs were written in that language. In 1970 she formed a group called Expresion, with whom she recorded her first singles, "Have You Ever Seen a Blue Man?" and "Try and Catch the Sun." Cecilia continued to record through 1970 and 1971...
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Voice of the Feminine Spirit, Cecilia
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: New Age, Music
  • Released: 04 May 1999

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