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Subject: Re: beautiful baritone voices
From: "Takis Pavl." <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Takis Pavl.
Date:Sun, 19 Feb 2017 05:34:31 +0000
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Is there a reason why this thread includes mostly baritones who are German, or specialised in German repertoire? Is that soft lieder baritone quality necessary for someone to have a "beautiful" voice? If so, I often found the voice of Olaf Bär especially beautiful and not too soft-grained which bores me a bit. On the other hand I find the sound of the bronze Italian baritones much more beautiful. Besides the classic old-timers, the current one who's impressed me a lot is Giorgio Caoduro. It's not a huge voice but beautifully produced and has a gorgeous timbre. 
Takis


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