Carly Paoli releases single of "I' Te Vurria Vasà"
BEST SELLING classical artist Carly Paoli, in celebration of her Italian
roots, has released as a single a song rarely by performed by
sopranos, "I' Te Vurria Vasà". Written and composed by Vincenzo Russo
and Eduardo di Capua in 1900, and first played to Carly by her Italian
grandfather, this story of an impossible love has long been a
favourite of Italian tenors including Andrea Bocelli. Carly's version
was recorded at Abbey Road Studios. Said the singer, "It was
interesting during the recording, and later the filming of the video,
to identify and characterise the voice behind the lyric as a woman.
Looking at it from a woman's perspective was an exciting element that
brought into light a new drama in the lyric." The opinions expressed in this article are
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