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Sexy Voices, Part II

Here’s a follow-up on last week’s post on Sexy Voices. Thanks everyone for your suggestions which sent me on a fun and inspiring search through Youtube! My apologies for not including every suggestion here.

Beth Elliott recommended baritone Ildebrando d’Arcangelo. What a gorgeous voice and he doesn’t hurt the eyes, either! Here he is performing the seductive “La ci darem la mano” from Mozart’s Don Giovanni.

I don’t know what possessed me not to have featured Alan Rickman last week. He could read poetry to me any day. Turn up the volume for maximum enjoyment!

Any Regency hot voice collection has to include Sean Bean. Here he is narrating the beginning of a clip of the poignant “Over the Hills and Far Away”.

Finally, I must include Gerard Butler, for his own artistic merit and also so Diane doesn’t cut my acquaintance!



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10 years ago

Wish I knew the sign for “fanning my face” What a great article. Brighted up my Saturday morning you did 🙂

10 years ago

Delightful choices! I must admit, Gerard Butler is my favorite Phantom. The other clips are lovely, too.

Elena Greene
10 years ago

I’m glad you both appreciate the sacrifice it was to put this post together. 🙂

Beth Elliott
10 years ago

Thank you, Elena, for devoting yourself to such hard work. It was blsissful to watch and listen. And how could I have forgotten to recommend Sean Bean. Ooh, think I’ll watch them all again.

10 years ago

I had not seen Over The Hills and Far Away. As with most war movies, it seems rather depressing. Wonderful song. Great voices all around. Could not pick one as a favorite.
Thanks for the links.

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