“Taylor’s versatile voice: sweetness and light or fearless and daring”

Posted on Dec 9, 2019 in Artist News, Daniel Taylor, Reviews | No Comments
“Taylor’s versatile voice: sweetness and light or fearless and daring”

“What made this performance truly exceptional to me was the replacement of the usual contralto parts with a countertenor. There was a warm glow to Daniel Taylor’s “But who may abide” and “Good tidings from Zion” that simply doesn’t exist in the much cooler contralto timbre. And what a versatile voice — he could be all sweetness and light as in his duet with Zsigovics, “He shall feed his flock,” or sound fearless and daring, as in his commanding recitatives.”

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