My Favorite Quotes
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 Cecilia Bartoli - “The media can be a really strong vehicle.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “Well, I don't think a specific role can destroy your voice. What can destroy your voice is when you... make an error. Everybody can make an error. But then you need to realize what is your way.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “It's like when you want to make a house... the technique is very important.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “You have different directors, and as a singer you have to be an actress too. It's a fusion-make singers interesting, or this makes an artist actually, the fusion between music and comedienne is together.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “So I like to make music, and I like to share music. This is also a gift.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “The first time I sang with David Daniels... I had never performed with a countertenor before. That first time was magic, it was so beautiful. And he's such a great artist.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “Actually, I would love to do some Handel operas. The oratorios are also beautiful. I would love to do it. It's also a priority to sing it in German.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “I would still love to do more Handel. I think Handel was a fantastic composer. I did lots of Vivaldi, but it's also important to do the music of Handel, one of the greatest composers of the 18th century.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “When I had my first voice lesson I was 15 years old. And I had a really good teacher. This is what made all the difference. A good teacher will teach you the technique, but also how to listen to your voice.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “The voice is certainly important and you can hear if it's beautiful or not, it's the gods who decide it's more a question of what you do with the voice, which is the mysterious element. It's the personality behind the voice which makes the artist. The voice is a gift of God, but if you're not able to use this gift, what's left Nothing but a beautiful voice, without nuance or colour.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “Actually, I feel music becoming more and more important. It's a big source of inspiration. With what's going on in the world, we feel almost desperate. Music also brings you peace.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “It's a dream come true, and with this music, with this Rossini, it's unbelievable how to express the joy and express the joy of the situation and the joy to play this music, to sing this music, it's really fantastic.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “Music is a way to dream together and go to another dimension.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “German is more familiar now since I live part of the year in Rome and part in the German part of Switzerland. But it's not difficult to sing in German it's difficult to feel in German. This takes time. It's a culture.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “The voice will guide you-will tell you what to do. In order to do that, you must be quite sensitive with the instrument and accept this daily conversation with your voice.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “I think, first of all, you need to love what you're doing, and then this helps in the comedian for its part in everything-but the moment you enjoy what you're doing, you try to express yourself, to find your way, and every time is different, of course.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “The goal is always to make a nice tableau painting with the voice. The more color I can find, the more shadow I can find - the goal is always to make more nuance and colors.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “The goal is always to make a nice tableau painting with the voice. The more color I can find, the more shadow I can find-the goal is always to make more nuance and colors.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “It's nice to have a great female composer in the program and add her color.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “I still the love classic period, but also the baroque period, and even 17th-Century music such as the music of Monteverdi. He's one of the greatest opera composers. He was the one who really started the opera.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “I like jazz of course, but jazz is almost classic. I like some Italian pop music. When I was a teenager I was a big fan of Flamenco music since I was studying Flamenco. But I was also listening to Madonna and Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson was my idol. I still believe he was one of the greatest pop stars.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “Well, what I tried to do is to just listen to my voice, because my voice is my boss. She decides.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “This is what I feel I'm born to do.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “Performing this music here, where he was born, in a way you feel 'Oh, this is what Mozart saw, this is what Mozart was breathing the air, the atmosphere'.”
 Cecilia Bartoli - “Salieri was a pupil of Gluck. He was born in Italy in 1750 and died in Vienna in 1825. He left Italy when he was 16 and spent most of his life in Vienna. He's the key composer between classic music and romantic music. Beethoven was the beginning of romantic music, and he was the teacher of Beethoven and Schubert.”

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