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Pitchy?

First off, the art song is not supposed to be a transition between opera and pop, its merely a song written in the context of the compositional period. The J.J. Niles pieces are sometimes sung in a ballad manner, but the Barber and Vaughan Williams are never sung in an style other than classical. Often times, Cooper-Anderson seems very pitchy and out of tune. This can be heard especially on her sustained notes. I'm not familiar with her other work, but I should think that a recorded artist shouldn't be having pitch problems on a set of student-level songs.

Review: Sure on this shining night

I bought this track because from the clip I admired the richness of her voice. However, as soon as I listened to the entire track, I was disappointed. The delivery is mechanical, and the entire song sounds a bit too low for her voice. It's nice to have a darker voice singing this piece, but I recommend going for another recording of this piece for sale on iTunes.

FYI

The style of an art song is defined as being transitional between opera and, as you say "pop". Bridgette sings stylistically well.

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Heavenly Grass: Great American Art Songs, Bridgette Cooper-Anderson
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  • $7.92
  • Genres: Classical, Music, Pop
  • Released: Sep 01, 2005

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