Danielle Licari (Eng. Danielle Licari, was born November 11, 1943 in Boulogne-sur-Mer, in the city by the sea in the north of France) - French singer, was very popular in 1960-1970.

Influenced by his father, a symphony conductor,

Daniel was five years old began to study music at twelve he sings the chorus in the French national radio, and later learns to professional singing. However, she said, she did not like the rigidity of the classical music world, and she decides not to dedicate his life to the art of opera. Daniel settles in Paris, thoroughly studying and trying out different vocal styles, in order to find his true artistic "I".

And she succeeded. Being extremely flexible artist, Daniel Licari was able to develop his own unique style, which is a surprisingly skillfully vocalization. The basis of her work began to vocalize, often referred to as "skat", based on the incredible technique, including trills, glissandos, and requires absolutely intonation.

Licari has developed a method of using very high, impressive sounds resembling a whistle. These sounds are very dangerous for the vote, but Daniel has never been afraid to take risks, constantly inventing new styles, allowing to move away from the "norm."

As a result of Licari Danielle has developed a unique technique of singing and constantly honed his trademark sound. Her angelic, charming, perfect voice captivated the audience during concerts and in the recording. It is always recognizable. And many of her singing techniques still remained unsolved.

It was her performance of music Concerto pour Une Voix composer Saint-Preux recognized as the most successful and has become a "classic". She also later performed the vocals in tune Leah Francis Snow Frolic to a Q-love story from Paul Mauriat in tune Zaide (Mozart), Adagio in Gm Albinoni Orchestra Raymond Lefebvre, sang a duet with Charles Aznavour.

 

 

 

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