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What Is It About Sarah Brightman?

Sarah Brightman

Sarah Brightman has a new musical recording.

I don’t know what to call them anymore: records? albums? CDs? music files? So, I’ll just say music.

Sarah Brightman is one of those artists that is hard to categorize. She’s one of my favorite sopranos. Her crystal clear voice can be big and strong. But she also has a pop voice that is soft and light. But then there’s that third voice, the musical theatre voice that can interpret lyrics and reach the back of a Broadway house.

Her new music, Symphony, is a perfect example of her range. She dips into gothic rock with Fleurs Du Mal, does a rocky pop duet with Paul Stanley on I Will Be With You, gives us another great romantic pairing with Andrea Bocelli on Canto Della Terra, and much more.

Symphony has 13 tracks in various languages. It’s available at Amazon for $12.99.

Here is a clip of Sarah performing two of the selections live on The Early Show.

Symphony by Sarah Brightman