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Clinton is not known for the expressivity of her voice, but of course no other narrator would have sufficed.
And that was a shame, because Bella Voce (arrayed in ever-shifting configurations across the visually handsome chancel) sang with exceptional musicality, expressivity and fervor, with solo vocal contributions and instrumental work to match.
But aside from his singing voice, virtually unchanged in its timbre and expressivity, his latest album, Sky Trails (out Sept. 29), draws little from that well.
Reeves’s admirably minimalist expressivity and air of distraction, as if he is perpetually tuned into a higher frequency, lends Wick a deceptive semblance of substance that the script doesn’t define and the action doesn’t dramatize.
But accompanied by his longtime pianist, Ivari Ilja, Mr. Hvorostovsky sang with his trademark smoky colorings and affecting expressivity, including several bleakly poignant Russian songs that deal with death, grief and longing.
Rather, the terminology, assumptions, and mode of expressivity were all geared toward a very specific audience.
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