Home Music Articles Forums Blog Chat More...      

E Lucevan Le Stelle


by

sschedra

 Genre: Opera

Get Flash to see this player.

Description
Tosca: e Lucevan Le Stelle - Andante Lento Appassionato Molto (no Vocals) [Karaoke Version] 3:10
Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra - John Landor Conducting
provided under licence Courtesy of Karaoke Opera ® a trademark of Musical Concepts.

Thanks to Rosalind (Mosaica) for turning me on to this.

OK, first of the new year. I have been playing around with doing this aria for about a year now. I have done more takes than any other song that I have played with. I realize that without training, this type of singing is almost impossible. I am very pleased with the last ten seconds of singing where my voice found a magical place of tone and quality, that I would like always to have in singing classically. Trained singers will probably smirk and tell me the whys and wherefores and I would be grateful for sure. I love a great tenor voice and always admire the apparent ease which with they seem to lay their great performances out there. However, I have listened to enough different performances of this particular aria to realize that even the great tenors can have performance that, well lets just say they vary from day to day. This is not out of line with what I have experienced with my voice over the years as some days its golden and others I can't even stand the sound of it talking. I guess this experiment has taught me a great deal of respect for the many different tenors that have graced our lives through the years. . . . and yes, yes, one of these days I will go for vocal lessons . . . right after I win the lottery.
Leave a Comment
You must be registered and logged-in to comment.
Lyrics
SYNOPSES 
The painter Cavaradossi has been sentenced to death for helping to hide an escaped political prisoner. As he awaits his fate, he sings of the sweet memories of his beloved Tosca and his dashed dreams.

E Lucevan Le Stelle



E lucevan le stelle,

e olezzava la terra 
stridea l'uscio dell'orto,

e un passo sfiorava la rena.

Entrava ella, fragrante,

mi cadea fra le braccia.

Oh! dolci baci, o languide carezze,

mentr'io fremente le belle forme discogliea dai veli!

Svani per sempre il sogno mio d'amore...

L'ora e fuggita e muoio disperato! 
E non ho amato mai tanto la vita! 



ENGLISH TRANSLATION

How the stars seemed to shimmer,

the sweet scents of the garden,

how the creaking gate whispered, 

and a footstep skimmed over the sand,

how she then entered,
so fragrant, 
and then fell into my two arms! 

Ah sweetest of kiss, languorous caresses, 

while I stood trembling,
searching her features 
concealed by her mantle.
My dreams of pure love, 
forgotten forever!
All of it's gone now!

I die hopeless, despairing, and never before 
have I loved life like this!
Song Stats
Hits: 4048
Comments: 72
Fans: 27
Plays: 300
Downloads: 107
Votes: 4
Uploaded: Jan 16, 2011 - 12:13:34 PM
Last Updated: Jan 16, 2011 - 12:23:21 PM Last Played: Nov 22, 2017 - 03:32:56 PM
Song License
Creative Commons License:
Attribution-ShareAlike

Creative Commons

Song Actions
share on facebook share on twitter download song
Comments
magnatone said 2505 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
E Lucevan Le Stelle
wow stephen, this is gorgeous! your voice can totally do this, even without formal training. i think it's so cool you did this - great job!
Check out my latest song called Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen) and Variations
sschedra said 2505 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Thanks Karen,
Oddly, I seem to have the most problem with the easier phrases. The power phrases, I can just belt out. I don't think my voice is as smooth as it was when I was younger.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
alackbass said 2505 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
E Lucevan Le Stelle
WOW! I had no idea you had this in you. It may not be perfect. But I'm not qualified to identify any imperfections. And the range you display and your ability to sing competently in another language is very impressive. Did I mention the quality of the vocal recording? Clean? You stepped out on a limb and handled it quite well.
Check out my latest song called Mean Miss Teacher
sschedra said 2505 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Andrew,
Thanks. I had tried to piece it together a phrase at a time like I did with "Nessun Dorma", but it was all over the place. Then I tried singing it all the way through and did takes every day. I finally got a take that I though was pretty good. As I listen critically, I still cringe, but it has its moments. I think if I get some formal training, I might be able to treat my voice and the music better, but the budget won't allow that right now. My daughter, some years ago, just decided she wanted to take voice lessons and sing opera. She did really well in a short time.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Feter said 2505 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
E Lucevan Le Stelle
This is just wonderful ..speechless ..Bless you Stephen for sharing such gem !!
Check out my latest song called Roll with it
sschedra said 2505 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Bro,
I am always grateful for your comments. I know you have a broad appreciation and musical taste. What's the band up to these days?
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Feter said 2503 days ago (January 18th, 2011)
..
what else than Rock n roll ..be well !
Check out my latest song called Roll with it
crissew said 2505 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Extremely powerful
This thunderous vocal in this is something to behold. Your upper range is powerful too. Those r's rolled perfectly and the thick operatic tone is impressive. Excellent!
Check out my latest song called Dollar Store Christmas w/ Jerry Rissew
sschedra said 2505 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Thanks,
I am so glad that so many seem to appreciate opera. I want to do more pieces like this. I am thinking of Celeste Aida.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Carrie71 said 2505 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
E Lucevan Le Stelle
You are incredible! Great job. Your singing was amazing!
sschedra said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Miss Carrie,
You make me blush. Thanks so much for the listen. Lets get a collab going.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Gaylen75 said 2505 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
This is Beautiful
Wow.
Check out my latest song called Dont Go Now
sschedra said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Gaylen
Coming from a master vocalist like yourself, I can really appreciate that, thanks!
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
RAVENS said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Who are you?
Where did this voice come from? Stephen, I had no idea you sang like this. Overall, this is a gorgeous piece. You seem to have no problem hitting your highs, they sound almost effortless.

I think you need to focus a bit more on your lower notes, get more comfortable with your lower range. Sometimes it's hard to find that balance, but when you do, the end result will sound phenomenal.

As a singer, when I listen to an Aria, I like to get the feeling that I'm actually there, in the theater, watching the performance. I like hearing that touch of echo/reverb in my headphones. Your recording is very clean and clear, which is great. I think adding a bit more to your vocals here would give it that effect.

I listened to your version of Nessun Dorma. It is terrific, I love the echo/reverb you used on that, and think this piece would benefit from it. Still, by far, this is a much better recording, just wonderfully clear & precise.

I am very impressed by your vocals, and hec, I don't throw around compliments about singing too often. Beautifully done!

RAVEN ;-)
Check out my latest song called Tattooed Scars (w/ Sigmund, Scofugate, Rok41)
sschedra said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Dani,
I hardly know what to say . . . Thank you! I know what you mean about the lower notes. I think I need to get my voice in shape and even get some instruction. I mostly do everything in music by ear. That's OK, but it does not take mechanics into account. I at least know enough about singing to understand that the relationship of head, throat, chest and diaphragm is critical, but I am not always conscious of how to use the tools. Sometimes after I hear what I sing, I get a clue, but not always. I think at the end of this piece, my larynx dropped, and the tone just filled my whole body from belly to head. If I could get that for my entire range, (or even consistently in any range) it would be incredible. Thanks for your encouragement.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Mosaica said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Oh my word!
I am actually sitting here with tears in my eyes this is so expressively and movingly performed!

One of my favourite tenor arias indeed, and you are right - at the end you appear to open up the throat and, for instance, the note at 2:17-2:20 is beautiful.

The opera category on MJ is certainly getting a boost now and we demand to hear more from you!
Check out my latest song called Repercussion
sschedra said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Rosalind,
I am really touched by your encouraging words. I have the greatest respect for your talent. Your voice and your knowledge are both going to be a great asset here at MJ. Thanks four your kind words.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Honza said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Fabulous
I was listening to this on a small computer speakers and was deeply moved by the performance. The karaoke backround music is a good part of this true but it would not work at all without such a solid and profound performance as you did. I am impressed ... also by the variety of genres that you show you are capable to handle. Thanks!
Check out my latest song called Unbound
sschedra said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Honza,
Thanks for your kind words and for listening and commenting. I appreciate that you took the time.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
davisamerica said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
stephen.....
you amaze me.
Check out my latest song called ok char2(Vic and Flatrock mix)
sschedra said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Jack,
I appreciate that pal. One of these days I will actually have to get the the Met and see an opera live.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
drakonis said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Sends shivers down my spine...
Tosca has always been the OTHER of the two operas whose music and story have pierced my heart, every time I hear them... and this particular musical motif still wells up the emotions. So it is a treat to hear you sing this.

The only two rather minor things that caught my attention were (1) your Italian seemed to have a bit of a Russian lilt to it in places, and (2) the vocals could have been melted slightly more into the backing orchestra with a bit more "concert hall" reverb, just a touch... since they were noticeably "in a different space" than the orchestra.

But as far as singing dead-on-key, and doing the impossible balancing act of singing with emotion, you got that down perfectly! Excellent work "cracking" when you needed to and continuing on effortlessly and powerfully. Bravo! Encore! Do I dare even ask you to attempt my OTHER fave, and do the "Screaming Mimis"? :-)

ttfn,
Drakonis
Check out my latest song called Miwok
sschedra said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Drak
I was very nervous about the pronunciation and phrasing. I know I blew a couple of them, but ah well. I was very sensitive on this piece to NOT dress it up to much. I originally doubled the vocal track and set one just off center and the other off right muted down with lots of reverb. It was a neat effect, but it sounded oddly electronic (chorus-y), so I just went back to the one track and left the reverb a little light. Again i was afraid to hide my voice (which is my instinct) and let the chips fall where they would. I agree with you and others, I should have set it in the same sound stage as the music. we'll see how I do on the next one. I am thinking of "Celeste Aida" but that one hits high C in a big way. I wonder . . .
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
scaustrita said 2504 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
Magnificent
Fabulous voice, with great control.

:: Awesome Performance ::
Check out my latest song called The Last Hit
sschedra said 2504 days ago (January 17th, 2011)
Steve,
You always manage to find my new songs. Thanks so much for your encouragement.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Moviz said 2504 days ago (January 17th, 2011)
A very strong
and passionate rendering of this beautiful aria..... such a strong voice, regards M
Check out my latest song called Angels
sschedra said 2503 days ago (January 17th, 2011)
Maurice
Thank you again for your kind words and an expert ear.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Parichayaka said 2504 days ago (January 17th, 2011)
oh you've won the lottery allright!
What a surprise! I would have never guessed that this is you. There are moments where your voice really hits the sweet spot and sounds fantastic. Raven't comment was interesting - of course I know next to nothing about this artform - but what an amazing achievement this is!
I'm sure some vocal teachers would pay to have someone like you as their student! They should, anyway.
Check out my latest song called we may be dreaming
sschedra said 2503 days ago (January 17th, 2011)
Pari,
Such an encouraging fellow! If you find one of those vocal coaches that want to pay me, sen them my way! Thanks again, and my best hopes for you on the film scoring deal.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Bob Rodgers said 2504 days ago (January 17th, 2011)
Wow!
A fantastic voice you have Stephen, wonderful tone and range. This was beautiful and I loved every bit of it, great to hear you sing like this, a real treat and very much enjoyed.

Bob
Check out my latest song called The Lonely Man
sschedra said 2503 days ago (January 17th, 2011)
Bob
Thanks for that. Will come by for a visit soon.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
sammydix said 2504 days ago (January 17th, 2011)
Classic
Didn't know there were many Artists left with this kind of class. MJ just went up another notch for me.
Check out my latest song called Nothing Looks Good On You
sschedra said 2502 days ago (January 18th, 2011)
Sam
I am classless, but I love the tenor voice and opera gives it a vehicle. Thanks for the listen.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
michaeljayklein said 2503 days ago (January 17th, 2011)
Good grief!
Now WHERE did this come from Stephen?! You know, I've heard many other singers who are seemingly more comfortable in the pop style of singing attempt opera, and while the results are often laudable, I've rarely heard anything this damned good! I guess I should say that the element of surprise played a part in that, but also that obviously, this is a side of your talents that you are very well anchored in. You acquitted yourself superbly Stephen, full marks for this. I wish I could sing like the fellow who shares the same birthday with me, Pavarotti, but that ain't gonna happen! Incidentally, I had written pretty much the same thing early this morning, but I apparently didn't hit the "post key" (hey, it was 4:30 am--I'm inclined to be careless that time of the day!) You don't need vocal lessons by the way--trust me! Michael
Check out my latest song called There Ain't Nobody Here but Us Chickens!
sschedra said 2502 days ago (January 18th, 2011)
Michael,
I learned tenor sitting next to Carmine Delucia in the St Dominic Choir. He was an amateur tenor of some quality and renown about 35 years ago. I never asked him a single question, but just listened and tried to do what he did. Prior to my joining the choir they were having trouble keeping a tenor section because all the men were so intimidated by his voice. After I joined, the other remaining tenor moved to the baritone section leaving me and Carmine to fill the void. He of course could do so easily, but soon I started to form my sounds and push them out there next to his perfect tones. I found it easy and comforting to fit under his wings, so to speak, and rather than feel threatened, I grew. Soon however, the rock and roll life style stole me away and I never sang choral music again.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Sigmund said 2503 days ago (January 17th, 2011)
E Lucevan Le Stelle
Being a lowly rock guitar player, I don't feel even close to qualified to critique you here. I am impressed with your vocal performance. Your range, vibrato and emotion here are awesome. Clearly a challenging piece of music to work with, you handled it VERY well. Congrats on a job well done here, and even though I am not into opera, I really enjoyed this - thank you -
Sig
Check out my latest song called Running with the Wind by Peter B, feat rok41
sschedra said 2502 days ago (January 18th, 2011)
Sig
I want to be a lowly rock guitar player just like you, but it seems I am doomed o be a jack of all trades and master of none as my mom used to tell me continually. . . . And there is nothing lowly about the celestial things that emanate from your guitar pal.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
jiguma said 2503 days ago (January 17th, 2011)
Amazing!
Stephen, I'm in no way an opera fan - it's a musical form I don't get, and despite my poor Mum's efforts, I have never begun to understand the big deal people make about it.

HOWEVER!

I know an amazing voice when I hear it, and this shows that you have one. Dani's comments about the low notes from a singer's perspective make sense, and I'm very impressed by what you have done here. Some of those top notes were just wonderful.

Excellent stuff!
Neil
Check out my latest song called We End Up Being All The Same (42)
sschedra said 2502 days ago (January 18th, 2011)
My only regret
is that I didn't pay more attention to my voice when I was younger and spent it on screaming so many nights through hard rock gigs trying to sing like Robert Plant.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
jdholliday said 2502 days ago (January 18th, 2011)
wow
wow, holycow, wow!! Incredible!
Check out my latest song called Please Help, Pride of NYC needs tracks!
sschedra said 2502 days ago (January 18th, 2011)
JD
Thanks for the holycow partner.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
TERRAPLANE said 2502 days ago (January 18th, 2011)
Oh YEA
Bust those pipes loose!!!! excellent Mr. Schedra
Check out my latest song called Little Drummer Boy
sschedra said 2502 days ago (January 18th, 2011)
Terry
just working off the rust and phlegm. Thank you.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Loob said 2502 days ago (January 19th, 2011)
OMG Sweet!
You are a natural!
Check out my latest song called Luminosity ft Maurice7 and Melani
sschedra said 2501 days ago (January 19th, 2011)
Loob,
Thanks for the comps.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
WharmtonRise said 2501 days ago (January 19th, 2011)
Startling!
Excellent.
Check out my latest song called Hunted
sschedra said 2501 days ago (January 19th, 2011)
Andrew
I appreciate the time. Thanks.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
paul f. page said 2500 days ago (January 21st, 2011)
Just beautiful
You are a brave soul to take on such a powerful and transparent aria that just lays the voice out there for everyone to hear. And what a gorgeous result! I agree with another comment (above) about the feeling of effortlessness that comes with your highest notes. I wouldn't worry about the purists. You found a wonderful song and have performed the music in a thrilling and compelling manner.

What REALLY impressed me, however, is what you have done with the accompaniment/arrangement. Your use of GPO is quite remarkable and I have to study this piece much more in order to understand what you've done. It all sounds so very authentic. The punctuation at one phrase or another with timpani is delicate and so well-integrated in the mix that I feel like I am sitting right next to the pit. Oboe has a great, pinched quality to it that also sounds true. And those strings! Understated and tweaked to perfection... I thoroughly enjoyed this performance and your attention to the details.
Check out my latest song called 185
sschedra said 2500 days ago (January 21st, 2011)
Paul,
Sorry to burst your bubble here. I wish I could make Garritan sound this good. It is actually the Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra - John Landor Conducting. You can license the tracks from Karaoke Opera.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Jarvoid said 2500 days ago (January 21st, 2011)
Oh.
Gosh.Well kind of gobsmacked I am.Brilliant and excellent and all that sort of thing.
Crikey.


Jarvo
Check out my latest song called Port Arthur Blues
sschedra said 2483 days ago (February 7th, 2011)
Jarvo
Thanks aplenty. Always love a visit from the mythical ones.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
paul f. page said 2500 days ago (January 21st, 2011)
Hoodwinked!
well, so now I see that in your description. Yea. Burst my bubble. But you do a nice job with the vocal, nevertheless. ... Hmmmm. No wonder the orchestra sounded so real...They were.
Check out my latest song called 185
sschedra said 2483 days ago (February 7th, 2011)
Paul,
Saw the thread by Composer Clark on your stuff. I love that first rate folks recognize your talent.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
neilh79 said 2499 days ago (January 21st, 2011)
wow!!
Terrific vocal range really well done!
sschedra said 2483 days ago (February 7th, 2011)
Neil,
Thanks for the visit.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
blaky smith said 2499 days ago (January 22nd, 2011)
Excellent
Magistral piece Stephen, with a great and impressive performance on vocals. Bravo !
Check out my latest song called Un jour de décembre
sschedra said 2483 days ago (February 7th, 2011)
Blaky
Thanks so much.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Warren Smith said 2498 days ago (January 22nd, 2011)
Regrets, I've had a few
I can relate to your backstory on giving up choir for rock and roll. When I was in Sixth Grade I got talked into playing saxophone in the student band, which was okay until spring arrived and they wanted the band to practice during the noon lunch break. Are you kidding me? That was the same time I got to play baseball on the playground - so I gave up the saxophone. How many times have I regretted that decision not to have formalized my music education!

Life is full of regrets when it comes to missed opportunities. Yet with each passing year I make more music than the one before - and even play a little saxophone now and then using a keyboard synthesizer : )

Who knows, if you would have stayed with the choir and developed your operatic vocal talents, perhaps you would have regretted not to have joined a rock and roll band back when you had the chance … and now it would be too late?

What seems clear is it is not too late for you to sing arias. Wow - this is powerful. And you say you have a long way to go? In that case, enjoy the journey … and please keep sharing it with us.
Check out my latest song called Crime Story
sschedra said 2483 days ago (February 7th, 2011)
Warren,
Thanks for the kind words of encouragement.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Roxylee said 2498 days ago (January 23rd, 2011)
Wow, Stephen
Opera is hard to sing, and you have the pipes! Is there any kind of music you can't do?? Wow, I'm impressed! Thanks for the interpretation. you sing with all the passion intended for these lyrics.
Check out my latest song called Emma, by davisamerica
sschedra said 2483 days ago (February 7th, 2011)
Rox,
Thanks so much. Are those your grandkids you have around you? You are blessed.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
ste said 2484 days ago (February 5th, 2011)
is
that really you singing? you've not only got a good quality tone but also emotional. lump in my throat. absolutely quality.
Check out my latest song called songbreak
sschedra said 2483 days ago (February 7th, 2011)
Ste
Thanks so much. I am amazed that I could move anyone with my singing.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
mrattue said 2484 days ago (February 6th, 2011)
Trained Out
Hi Stephen, nice performance.

In no position of authority really, but i personally find the excessive vibrato and rolled 'r's and all the other overblown posturing by so called geniuses of the operatic stage so artificial and self-indulgent that if someone was to offer to train my voice that way i would run a mile!

Pavarotti was a magnificent exception. His exuberance burst through like a horse galloping in the surf, wild, free and wonderful. His sincerity was key, for me.

Sincerity, humility, truth. Don't let them train it out of you.

Humbly


Marc
Check out my latest song called Second Wind
sschedra said 2483 days ago (February 7th, 2011)
Marc
I agree Pavaroti had a one of a kind voice. His power and range and tone are incredible. Training or no, I could never approach that, Its a matter of physics, my voice is more of a lyrical tenor if I had to hazard a guess.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
ckrohm said 2251 days ago (September 27th, 2011)
Hmmm, no...
Ok first of all, I would never ever sing an Opera piece considering that Į grew up listening to the likes of Lanza, Tauber, Del Monaco and so on.
I am impressed by your vocals when you hit the high notes... Great effort for a rock singer or any singer, no doubt about it. But it's really lacking power and depth when you hit lower notes without raising your voice. It just doesn't sound like a tenor I.e. At the beginning.
Do get formal training to work on that because there is tremendous potential in you.
This recording puts all your weaknesses and strength on display and I am sure that any serious teacher will be happy to work with you.
That said: I would be very happy to be able to sing like you do but I am pretty medicore...
Check out my latest song called I feed you my love
Philip18 said 2157 days ago (December 29th, 2011)
Operatic
For me, one of the important things about opera is the "over the top" emotions in the voice - and you generate this with your powerful performance. Much enjoyed!
Check out my latest song called Silk and Honey
JAB24 said 2098 days ago (February 26th, 2012)
E Lucevan Le Stelle
This was very moving ! The oboe at the beginning gave me goose bumps. Your vocals were unreal ! You must of had vocal training by listening to someone else or something , because the diction was right on ! the pitch was right on too ! Great work I
Check out my latest song called Jim's Techno Dance
Relic67 said 2074 days ago (March 21st, 2012)
wow
I have never heard opera singing on MacJams before. Very impressed! And it is a very beautiful aria. Thanks much for putting it out there!
Check out my latest song called Dead Archive
paul f. page said 1701 days ago (March 29th, 2013)
Courage
While I am coming very late to the party, I must say that it takes so much courage to even THINK about performing a classical aria. And while the "pros" may have a bit easier time of it, they would not possess any smidgen more of sincerity in presenting this lovely piece than you have done here.
Check out my latest song called 185
IbotenicParadigm said 1447 days ago (December 8th, 2013)
I like
that your vocal is right out front, no gimmicks. I can hear every decision you make as you go. Your pleasure in singing this piece of music you obviously love shines through, and makes the whole thing very satisfying to listen to. Bravo!


Check out my latest song called Pre-Drome (YRP)
sschedra said 1447 days ago (December 8th, 2013)
Ibo
This stuff is the hardest for me to sing. There are just some arias that I love and this is obviously one. Thanks.
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
Artist Info
artist photo
Name: Stephen M Schedra
Location: Middle Island NY United States
send a note
Started performance life as a guitar player and vocalist in Sympathy (60's Rock) and doing acoustic performances with Michael Salveson. Then as a guitarist for Joe Lobianco (Rock Dance band). Next I did stints on bass and guitar and vocals for the ... [see more]

Check out some of my other songs:

Chat
Who's Online
Invisible Members: 0
Visitors: 99