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by Charlotte Church

Free eBook Voice of an Angel download ISBN: 0316854301
Author: Charlotte Church
Publisher: Time Warner Books Uk; First Edition edition (April 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 243
Category: Biography and Memoir
Subcategory: Arts and Literature
Size MP3: 1132 mb
Size FLAC: 1460 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Voice of an Angel is the debut studio album by then-12-year-old soprano Charlotte Church, released in 1998.

Voice of an Angel is the debut studio album by then-12-year-old soprano Charlotte Church, released in 1998. The Sony Music recording was extremely popular, selling millions of copies, and made Church the youngest artist in history with a number 1 album on the British classical crossover charts. The album is a collection of arias, sacred songs and traditional pieces. Note: Sian Edwards conducted the Orchestra and Chorus of Welsh National Opera, with Meinir Huelyn on harp.

Charlotte Church - Voice. has been added to your Cart. I am a fan of Charlotte Church, i Love her music, this book has been helpful to me in learning piano and voice warm ups. These songs are beautiful and when accompanied with the piano, they're supurb! If you're into classical music and are looking for songs to sing or play, This is a great pick.

Miss Church truly has a remarkable voice. I'm sure the angels in heaven rejoice over the addition to their performers' union.

Renews automatically. Miss Church truly has a remarkable voice. However, even a choir of seraphim becomes tiresome if listened to for too long. Pie Jesu" was terrific, then the novelty started to wear off. By the end of "Voice of An Angel", the monotony of her repertoire was what stood out, not the perfection of her voice. One selection, "Danny Boy", brought me to tears, not because of any emotion it evoked, but because it was so sterile.

Voice of an Angel book. She told about her recording career

Voice of an Angel book. Charlotte Church tells all about her family and how she got started singing in public. She told about her recording career. She sang for the Queen, the Pope and President Clinton.

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The Best of Charlotte Church. Moodswings (To Come At Me Like That). Even God. Charlotte Church.

By César Franck - Charlotte Church, Sian Edwards, Graham Jackson, Orchestra of the Welsh National Opera & Chorus of Welsh National Opera. 3. Carmina Burana: No. 21 - In Trutina. By Carl Orff - Charlotte Church, Sian Edwards & Orchestra of the Welsh National Opera. 4. The Lord's Prayer. By Albert Hay Malotte - Charlotte Church, Sian Edwards, Graham Jackson, Orchestra of the Welsh National Opera & Chorus of Welsh National Opera. 5. Jerusalem (And Did Those Feet In Ancient Time)

Charlotte Church - Voice of an Angel.

Charlotte Church - Voice of an Angel. Dream a Dream - UK/International Version.

Given that she was merely 12-years-old when she released her debut album Voice of an Angel, and that she is certainly cute, it may be easy for observers to dismiss Charlotte Church as the product of mere marketing, but that's not really the case. Yes, she is a marketer's dream, but her soprano voice is alluring, accomplished, and sweet - even if it's not quite the voice of an angel, it comes close. And that's the reason why millions of listeners were wooed by Voice of Angel: Church is talented, young, and adorable.

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User reviews
I too am a classical singer, and I must admit that Church might not be as wonderful as the World has made her to be. I do also have to say that I very much enjoy listening to her music and I think she has a lot of potential. Those who give her such low reviews, in my opinion, are jealous and unfair to Church.
As for the book? I thought it was very well written and I thoroughly enjoyed every chapter! I'm 15 and it kept my attention through the whole book. I found her life to be not that of a rich and famous singer/star, but that of a regular teenage girl. Sure, she's got about a million times more than most regular people will ever have, but she lives in a semi-regual way compared to other stars. It tells a lot of interesting facts about how she got started, her family, her home and travels.
In all, I have to say that this was very entertaining. I would recomend this book to those of you who are not jealous of this teenage star and for those of you who like to read about famous people.
Charlott Church gives her impressions of an anything but ordinary life from an ordinary teenager's perspective.
She gives her impressions of what she felt; her love of singing, dealing with sudden fame, meeting famous people, traveling the world and working very hard.
Most of all, she tells of what she found was most important, her family and friends.
This is a delightful book by a 14 year old trying to sort out her life as a 14 year old views her life so far.
I bought this book recently at the Dollar Tree for $1 because I was curious. I read it and thought it was cute. BUT, that having been said, I believe the publishers really erred in how they originally released this book; they took it FAR too seriously for a "biography" purportedly written by a 15-year-old!

First of all, the book as released was too expensive. The audience to which it should have been geared was pre-teen girls, unlikely to pay $22.95 for a (thin) hardcover book; it should have been released directly to paperback. Secondly, since the book was written in a chatty diary format, it would have been appropriate and more entertaining to have had portions of it in Charlotte's own handwriting (assuming it's not too dreadful), and other portions done like a scrapbook, particularly the tales of her travels.

Given how Charlotte's life has changed since she wrote it, this book is also a nostalgic read. The "angelic" little girl with the lovely clear soprano voice seems to be long gone at this point, replaced by a "pop tart" who appears to want to be in the mold of a Britney Spears or a Christina Aguilara.
Now that's said, and truer words have never been spoken. But I suppose that when I say that, I mean that Charlotte Church is a wonderful, unspoiled girl. Not a writer. If you read this book expecting a writer, expect a huge disappointment. I think I wanted more poise out of this small singer than the long winded sentences and the chapters that droned on and on about trivial things that mattered not one whit to me, an avid fan. I wanted to be able to see polish in the writing, and feel that there was some purpose to this book. But unfortunately, there wasn't. Charlotte wrote this book as if she was talking to her best girlfriend, and the editors, apparently thinking the world would be charmed by this, revised nothing. But it isn't charming, it's annoying and terrifying to read--the grammar is terrible and the sentences are choppy and the story without a plot. Don't get me wrong, I really like Charlotte, but enough is enough. Just because she's an amazing singer doesn't mean that she should write a book. Because she shouldn't. And you shouldn't buy it. If you have any need to read it, get it from the library, for pete's sake. Let's not encourage such terrible writing from the publishers, please. We have enough degeneration in the writing abilities of American children as it is.
The best way to describe Charlotte Church's Autobiography is a diary by a school-girl. There is nothing spectacular about this work and if graded by a teacher in school as a composition, in an English class, would probably get a "C". This work just seems to ramble on about anything and everything that ever came into this girls life. She talks about a lot of people including relatives and those who have been involved with her musically or in support of her music. She attempts to grab the readers interest by shamelessly exposing certain, otherwise private, moments in her parents life, and then attempting to make jest of everything. There have obviously been some negative experiences in her life like her change in management, but she just jumps over that leaving the reader wondering when her "Unauthorized Biography" will be coming out. She seems extremely confident in her discussion of just about everything; a confidence which appears to be tantamount to conceit. The major question with which I am still perplexed is why would a girl of 15 be writing an Autobiography? It is doubtful that this book will sell many copies for the simple reason that it doesn't tell anyone anything they probably 1) don't already know or 2) need to know.
It will interesting to see if, in 10 years, Miss Church has improved her writing ability and is willing to share ALL of her experiences, good or bad. That is assuming that in 10 years, anyone still wants to know.