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The most beautiful voice in the galaxy belongs to Julie Andrews.
8 August 2006 | by (Dallas, Tx.) – See all my reviews

Julie had what was probably the most beautiful voice of any singer that ever lived when you listen for clarity of her voice and the surprising power of it. She was trained to give her audiences all she had every time; a trait instilled in her by the famous Broadway director Moss Hart. She is one of those rarest of individuals when on hearing her sing, you stop whatever you are doing to listen.

The 1995 TV appearance clearly had her in the best of form before a terrible throat operation went bad several years later and halted her professional singing career. She sang in the program some of her old favorites audiences would identify with her most popular movies. As her fans would say, the charm, the voice, that rare English rose beauty; there will never be another Julie Andrews. Personally, I have heard her sing on Broadway and had the please of meeting & shaking hands with her while getting a dose of that flashing smile. That's when you know what the hardest thing in the world is to do; it is not to fall in love with Julie.

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