"The young Fanelli and Fraser, extremely smooth voices of excellent performance, controlled with superb craftsmanship, did not holdback on "operatic" moments, like when they looked at each other singing, as if to support each other, in the face of the tragedy of a mother contemplating her dead son. Their understanding was remarkable. In the different degree of abandonment to music the two almost betrayed their respective cultural heritage: the soprano was more communicative: the Australian contralto more controlled. Yet vocally, Fanelli and Fraser were equal, highly skilled and convincing, proving that it was just right to award the prize of the Baroque singing competition made by Spazio e Musica."
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