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Renee Fleming and Bryn Terfel are two of my favourite singers nowadays, and Music Under the Stars is a real treasure for anybody who loves either or both of these singers. Music Under the Stars is shot beautifully, with superb sound and picture clarity. The music right from Les Miserables and King and I to Sweeney Todd and Phantom of the Opera is outstanding, wonderfully arranged with the orchestra consistently playing with class. Fleming and Terfel have wonderful chemistry together, All I Ask of You is moving and Not While I'm Around sends tingles down the spine. Fleming still has the creamy, sincere soprano voice that I love her for, and sings with melting musicality even with a tendency to slide at times between notes. For my favourite rendition of Fleming's, it has to be the incredibly emotional Moonfall, one of the best perhaps even the best rendition I've heard. Terfel is even better, his diction is perfect as is his firm, authoritative voice. Stars and Pretty Woman have such a command whether in the singing or how he presents himself on stage.
In conclusion, truly wonderful. 10/10 Bethany Cox
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