Want to hear me sing classical music?

Many of you know that I am a singer. I produced 11 songs (rock/pop/ballads) so far and published them on my blog. But actually, I am a classical singer. I have sung at several concerts in halls and churches, with big and small orchestras and bands, have been booked by choirs or for big official events for the entertainment part. I played and sang leading parts in little musicals, and won both contests I participated in many years ago. Still, I don’t have a lot of digital recordings where you can hear my classical voice. That’s why I am happy I can share an Ave Maria with you which I sang in church a few weeks ago.

I recorded it with my mobile phone, which means it is no studio quality at all. But although it lay behind me (I am not singing into the mic of my phone) I was surprised how well it turned out. Even the side noises are not too distracting. I hope you like it.

As always, please use headphones since the speakers of a phone, a laptop or a computer may make it sound flat.

Ave Maria, Franz Schubert

I added this recording to my classical music page.

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Oh, my, thank you for taking the time and listening to the recording. I am humbled, Holly. You know how much it means to someone when what they do seems to make sense. Thank you so much, you made my evening💖

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I have such a hard time getting to your blog, (what’s up with that) that I did not know you are a classical singer. I did hear your beautiful voice at your daughters wedding though. This really blew me away. Sometimes, I realize how much beauty is in the world…your voice is one of those remarkable miracles.

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I am so sorry about having such issues with getting to my blog. This is so weird. But I thank you even more that you are still making the effort to visist.
My, thank you so much for your so touching words. They are blowing me away. I am very happy that you think like this. I love singing and comments like yours only fuel the fire. Thanks a lot again, I am really moved 💖🙏💖

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Das war soooo grossartig. Da sind jetzt viele Tränen geflossen. Mir fehlen die Worte um auszudrücken, wie wunderschön und berührend das war.

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Such a beautiful voice! And yeah, I didn’t pick up on any background noise. I think your phone did a fine job. It’s a lot better than my phone would have done. Haha. Excellent performance!! Thank you for sharing!

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I thought I just try it. In the worst case, I could simply delete it again. But I was very surprised how well it turned out most of all since it was lying behind me. But perhaps that even was the trick… lol! Thank you very much for stopping by and listening and I am humbled by your comment. Thanks a lot, Parker 🙏

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