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Clara Sanabras - The New Irish Girl - The Scotsman


01 April 2002
The Scotsman
Kenneth Walton

Classically trained singers approach the folk idiom with varied success. Too often the "trained" dimension is hard to conceal. Soprano Clara Sanabras, however, imbues these Irish songs with a lilting charm that sits effectively with William Carter's unobtrusive lute and guitar accompaniments and those fuller vocal and instrumental ones from the Palladian Ensemble.


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