Songs the interpreter do not want to sing

She did not want to record this. We discussed a lot, her saying it did not represent her and that she wanted to to be represented by other songs, without yet realising that if she was pursuing a professional career it would be normal to sing some things not choosen by her. This scare of some interpreter is valid when they cannot choose nothing, but to have to sing a part of repertoire not choosen refine the interpreter personality and skills to be himself going  more in the comprehension and depth of what he is, and also discover sides and shades not suspected. Some says it is the better song of her demo, not sure about this for me that I love her peaks in intensity and energy but it is just subjective this. Enjoy!

My students: Agnese Piola

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She is my students since a couple of years now. She arrived with a technical problem that made here not being well in the pitch and a too much air in the sound. We worked just technically for 18 month and then I could convince her, that she always refused in the past to sing in a class Recital. This is her first demo recorded in three hours after the summer pause. She is now involved in composing her first songs,  looking for a band, to imagine projects and study some repertoire. Enjoy!

 

My students’ Recital 1rst part

Camilla  is 17 years old and we started our lessons on January 2016. I am her very first voice teacher. This is her in the recital of 14th July 2016:  Dolly Parton’s Jolene , Burt Bacharach’s I say a little prayer for you and Walk on by, Calling you from the movie Bagdad Café. Enjoy.