Friday, January 14, 2011

Bryn Terfel Puts Wales Before Wagner

"My favorite role is being a modest Welsh countryman singing the adorable songs of my motherland. They are the most important things I have ever sung and will ever sing. The Welsh language is of huge significance, due to its natural singing advantages. There is an amazing tradition of singing there, be it in choirs or as soloists. And last but not least, the tradition is there and always being nurtured from all ages. Only after Welsh folk songs comes Wotan, Hollander and others," he says. [Source]

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