I was tagged by @romantical-reverie for this! Thank you!❤️
Non, je ne regrette rien by Edith Piaf- An iconic song about Piaf looking back at her tumoltous life
Face to Face from War Paint(sung by Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole)- A sweeping 11 o’clock number sung by two amazing divas
Con Te Partiro by Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman- a haunting classical crossover duet that was one of my inspirations to start singing
Vissi d’arte from Tosca (sung by Maria Callas)-My favorite opera aria of all time, which I named my blog after
Strangers in the Night by Frank Sinatra-Classic Sinatra. Need I say more?
Dio! Mi potevi scagliar! from Otello(sung by Jonas Kaufmann)-Otello is one of my favorite operas, and Kaufmann one of my favorite tenors who sang the role.
Moscow from Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812- WEEEELLLCOOOME, WELCOME TO MOSCOW WHERE FADED AND FAAADING PRINCESSES LIVE
C’est Magnifique by Patti LuPone-Patti LuPone always sounds so cool singing jazzy songs like this.
Sealwoman/Yundah by Mary McLaughlin-Selkies fascinate me and I like this song even though it makes me cry like a baby.
The Quartet from The Secret Garden-The Secret Garden is my favorite musical and this number is very stirring and underrated. Whenever a production leaves it out the audience doesn’t know what they’re missing!
Julie Andrews performs Where Are The Simple Joys of Maidenhood, live on Broadway – during the original run of Camelot. 1961.
It’s great to hear her sing the complete verse.
Ulla Sallert performs “How Laughable It Is” from the original Broadway production of Ben Franklin In Paris. 1964.
I LOVE HER VOICE!