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With Dawn Upshaw, Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Willard White.
Perhaps not so likely a role model is the late American mezzo, Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, whose artistry and spiritual quality Bradley greatly admires: "She has been a huge inspiration.
I heard none of the world weary near-desperation that singers as different as Thomas Quasthoff and the late Lorraine Hunt Lieberson found there.
The great American mezzo Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, whom cancer took from the world last summer, brought to this 1998 recital an example of her warmth of response to three of the composers with whom she was closely associated out of a very selective repertoire.
In this heart-wrenching disc, composer Peter Lieberson puts music to five love poems by Nobel Prize-winning Chilean poet Pablo Neruda sung by Lieberson's late wife, the great mezzo-soprano Lorraine Hunt Lieberson.
A few seasons ago, Lorraine Hunt Lieberson stood on the stage at Carnegie Hall before an audience largely unfamiliar with her.
Lorraine Hunt Lieberson is a treasured artist and a cult figure to music lovers for her plangent and highly evocative mezzo voice, at once rich and deeply moving.
This disc features the late Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, wife of composer Peter Lieberson.