MP3 Sylvia Desrochers - a soldier's song
Komplettes MP3 Album von Sylvia Desrochers
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Reknown young soprano singer who has sung throughout Europe and the United States. One listen to Sylvia's voice and you will love her. Her voice is sort of like something that slipped out of heaven by mistake. Definitely worth listening to. Sylvia Desrochers is a multi-faceted singer and actor who excels in both the pop and opera styles.
This coming fall she will be seen in Michael Gordon's new opera, "What to Wear," in both Los Angeles and New York.
David G. Byrne orchestrated this song and did such a wonderful job. He has such wonderful musical instincts for orchestration and arranging.
Thomas R. Mezzo has been composing music ever since he was thirteen years old living in North Plainfield, New Jersey. His early musical influences were Burt Bacharach, Henry Mancini, Hugo Friedhofer, Bernard Herrmann, Franz Waxman, Bronislaw Kaper, Dominick Frontiere, Michelle LeGrande, James Newton Howard, Laura Nyro and Alan Anthony Silvestri. Mr. Mezzo was captain of the United States Naval Training Command Drum and Bugle corps drum section while in bootcamp at Great Lakes, Illinois. He has a number of copyrights to his name and in his own words "quantity is not important but quality is". Some of the proceeds from the sale of this song will go to https://www.tradebit.com, an organization that gives emotional and psychological help to grieving families of fallen soldiers. Some of the proceeds will be donated to: Salute Our American Heroes Washington,DC which General Tommy Franks endorses. They help wounded and disabled veterans get prosthetic devices. They also help them to get set up with computers in their own homes so that they can help support their families. Mr. Mezzo is a member of ASCAP, who started playing piano at age 13. He is now 52 and resides in New Jersey with his family. He has had no formal training in music . Whatever he learned came by trial and error and the natural gift from God of music. Some say that " He could play drums before he was weaned".