For one minute, walk outside, stand there, in silence, look up at the sky and contemplate how amazing life is.
*thunderous applause*Great clip, Valerie!"My favourite is Placido Domingo"Mine as well. There is something about the tone and quality of this voice that I like. It's a much deeper tenor voice than most tenors. Plus, he seems to sing with such ease; making it look effortless.Really enjoyed this while having my morning coffee, so thank you!Have a great Saturday!X to you and Joe
It would be hard to pick a favorite! Have you heard "The Texas Tenors" ? They're really good too.
In fact, we're synched somewhow. Last night they had the three on Sky Arts and I caught a bit of it. There was an interview with Plácido Domingo, too. Great programme. Great clip here, too. Thanks.Greetings from London.
Good morning, Ron.'There is something about the tone and quality of this voice that I like. It's a much deeper tenor voice than most tenors. Plus, he seems to sing with such ease; making it look effortless.'My view exactly. So pleased you enjoyed listening. Happy Sunday to you.
Hi Mona, I haven't heard the Texas Tenors... will go search for them.
Yes - Placido Domingo. His is a much more mellow and relaxing voice than the others. I actually don't like José Carreras' voice at all, by itself, but all together, they are magical!Have you heard Il Volo? So lovely to see three very young men taking up the torch.
Jay, I agree with you about José... on his own his voice doesn't appeal at all. I have heard Il Volo, they should go far methinks.
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