Hallelujah, Halleluyah, or Alleluia, is a transliteration of the Hebrew word הַלְלוּיָהּ (Standard Hebrew Halləluya, Tiberian Hebrew Halləlûyāh) meaning "[Let us] praise (הַלְּלוּ) Jah (Yah) (יָהּ)" (Sometimes rendered as "Praise (הַ
Renée Fleming (b. February 14, 1959), is an American soprano who sings principally opera and jazz. Fleming possesses a flexible, full lyric soprano voice that's supported by a formidable and solid technique complete with ease and ringing freedom at the extreme top of its range. That top range allows Fleming to ascend to the E-flat above the soprano high C and beyond, however she rarely sings these notes in performances. Although lyrical in nature, Fleming's voice has a substantial amount of solidity and power which allows her to sing a variety of roles ranging from that of the bel canto, lyric and lighter spinto repertoires. Fleming is one of the world's leading classical sopranos and she performs in opera houses and concert halls worldwide.
Renee Fleming Mozart Exsultate, jubilate "Alleluja"
Mozart-Exsultate,jubilate-Alleluja-Renee Fleming,The New York Philharmonic&Kurt Masur,Avery Fisher Hall 1997
Cecilia Bartoli the Italian mezzo-soprano (born 4 June 1966, Rome) is an opera singer and recitalist. She is best-known for her interpretation of the music of Mozart and Rossini, as well as for her performances of lesser-known Baroque and classical music.
Bartoli is considered a coloratura mezzo-soprano (Koloratur-Mezzosopran), with a highly individual timbre which she uses to great vocal and dramatic effect. Though her timbre is quite dark, her tessiture is comparatively higher than those of other mezzos and therefore some speculate that she is a "Soprano Sfogato". She is one of the most popular (and one of the top-selling) opera singers of recent years.Bartoli is much liked by the concert-going public for her lively, vivacious onstage persona, while her lyric voice and investigations of other Baroque-era music have given her considerable recognition even among the non-opera-going public.
Cecilia Bartoli - Exsultate Jubilate – Alleluja
Cecilia Bartoli sings the final section of Mozart's Exsultate Jubilate.
Robert Shaw -- "Messiah" Hallelujah Chorus.
Hallelujah Chorus, From Handel's "Messiah," Robert Shaw conducting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Chorus 1987
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