No, I haven't heard of the soprano until now. But actually before I heard of Hayley the first time I haven't listened to classical music. Before I prerfered rock music and I still listen to it, but Hayley changed something. No matter what style of music you prefer you must like Hayley's voice and her music when listening to it. I especially like this kind of celtic music and folk songs like "Mummer's Dance", "The Mists of Islay", "Scarborough Fair", "She moves through the Fair" and of course "May it be".
After I heard of the song "Mummer's Dance" for example I checked out who played the original and now I have a little collection of Loreena McKennitt as well. The same I will do with the soprano Isgaard. Sounds very interesting. Thank you for this advise.
And Steve, meeting at a concert could be a nice idea. I'm going to visit the Toast New Zealand in Regent's Park in July. But I will write another post in the concert thread about this.
Hi everyone ! I'm Thomas and I've just registered myself. After reading many posted messages I thought it might be a nice idea also to write something.
Congratulations Thomas - 100 posts - Full Member
You will soon be getting grey hairs like the senior members.
Incredible work in a foreign tongue.
Good to meet you at Cadogan Hall and I look forward to the next opportunity.
We shall miss your report from Cologne.
A lovely sentiment Drew, catching back to his first post. Well done Thomas and I echo your achievements in a foreign tongue, as also Lothar's and sveral others for whom English is at the least a second if not a third language. Great having you all on board. Peter S.
Her eyes were the blue of cornflowers that dance amongst ripening wheat, Her hair the colour of golden sands bleached by summer's heat.
It's really fun to be here. Not only to write also meeting you at concerts are very special moments.
I was already thinking about the concert in Canterburry to replace the one in Cologne but unfortuneately this concert is on a Friday and I can't make it there. If it was just one day later I would come.
Hi Thomas, congratulations for your full membership of HWI from me also.
Just now I finished a very long discussion via telephone with an other great Hayley-fan from Germany. I is a pitty that Hayley's German tour was cancelled. I hope to meet you at any Hayley-concert in Germany or U.K. in the future. Kind regards, Lothar