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Prelude: The Best of Charlotte Church

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    a 5th year vocalist

    she's trying to add warth and emotion when you can tell she has a lighter soprano voice. Her teacher should know better than to give her these songs and train her this way. It's only for the worse.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    What is she thinking?

    Charlotte Church was blessed with a lovely 13 year old voice and that is where it has stayed. She has a very young, small tone with no warmth or depth. She is singing repretoire that will only harm her young vocal chords. Most voice teacher would never imagine allowing a young singer to sing much of what Charlotte Church sings, no matter how talented that young singer may be. She needs a lot of training and needs to study her arias and songs and their meanings to put emotion behind her words. I thoroughly dislike her voice and would never buy another cd of hers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not a good album

    Charlotte church is a horrible singer. This album just reaffirmed it. As a singer myself, I am embarrassed that people have to hear her and think that she is a high-quality classical singer. Her tone is absolutely horrible in every track on this album, and the album has no real high points. Listen to a real classical singer like Renee Fleming or Kathleen Battle.

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