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Sunday, March 28, 2010

#TuesdayTune ~ Sissel Kyrkjebo

Welcome friends to Natasha In Oz and welcome to this week's #TuesdayTune post!

Have you heard Sissel Kyrkjebo sing?

From Bergen on Norway’s west coast, she is truly one of the most beautiful sopranos I think I have ever heard.


She is best known for singing the Olympic Hymn at the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway and for duets with Plácido Domingo, José Carreras, Josh Groban, Diana Krall amongst others, and for her participation on the Titanic film soundtrack.

She received her first U.S. Grammy nomination in 2007 for a collaboration with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir on Spirit of the Season, a collection of songs from the choir’s 2006 Christmas concert.

Please sit back, relax and enjoy the angelic and unbelievable voice of Sissel....



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Best wishes,
Natasha In Oz 

20 comments:

  1. lovely thanks for introducing her to me

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  2. I think you're right. She is one of the best singers I've ever heard.

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  3. Angelic! I had never heard of her before so thank you! Great week to you too...x

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  4. Very beautiful! I have never heard of her before. Thanks!

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  5. How fun, I am just discovering your Sunday songs. I will be back for more :)

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  6. popped my earphones on and had a listen. Amazing, have not heard of her before and really enjoyed the listen :0)
    alicia

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  7. Good morning,I feature a Saturday or Sunday Song on my Blog as well. Although I was not aware that you did as well:)

    I will link to your Sunday Song from mine today.

    What a beautiful voice I had not heard her before either.

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  8. Thank you!
    For your visit in my blog!
    J be so happy
    I whish you a nice sunny Sonday!
    Many hugs to you!
    Kathrine

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  9. Just lovely! SITS sent me by, and I'm glad they did...

    If the Shoe Fits...

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  10. What beautiful music!! It speaks to my soul!

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  11. Your post had brought a but of magic into my office!

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  12. (II) And after having read your post ..I went to the kitchen to get myslef an "alfajor de dulce de leche" that my husband brought me from .. Buenos Aires last week!

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  13. Oh Natasha Sweetie...
    What a wonderful Sunday post, and how I enjoyed listening to the beautiful voice of Sissel. I could listen to her all day and never tire. She has an awesome voice, and I love her accent.

    So beautiful. What a wonderful way to celebrate Sunday morning, having a little tea and listening to a new voice "Sissel". She sure does sizzle (pop) when she sings. Thank you for sharing her with me this morning. Have a beautiful day sweetie.

    Country hugs and much love, Sherry

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  14. Sunday morning here and how beautiful! Thank you for sharing this with us.
    Rita

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  15. Natsaha,
    I've been in love with Sissel for a couple of years after seeing her in concert on our PBS television station some time ago. I rushed out to buy her Northern Lights CD, and I love it. If you don't have it, you might want to check it out in I Tunes or buy the CD yourself.

    Have a great week,
    Debi

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  16. Thanks for the introductions, its beautiful!

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  17. Sunday Song idea = Brilliant! Thanks for sharing Sissel. Not only does she have an angelic voice, she has an angelic heart, and is such a sweetheart to be around. Keep making a joyful noise.
    Cheers, MoSop

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  18. Wow! How beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing. Visiting from the Sunday Song blog hop. Happy Sunday! :o)

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  19. Haunting Music -- Thanks for introducing her to me :)

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