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WAIT FOR THE REALLY HIGH NOTES!

Updated: Apr 14, 2023

I just had to share this video! Eleanore, my daughter had posted it on her page and is now thinking about learning it herself (and I must admit, I think she could do it) - it's the song that is used in the film "The Fifth Element". Jane Zhang does an impressive job without the use of autotuners or pre-recorded bits to help her along etc. Her technique is not world class (if you compare her singing to one of the well known opera singers singing, for example The Queen of the Night aria), but it's brilliant nonetheless as it's a hugely difficult piece to sing, so you need to be a coloratura soprano with a very extended range.





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