Seth Rudetsky's

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Broadway Legend
joined:3/4/06
Oh my goodness, this woman has an amazing voice! She tells Seth a story about how she had to cover for Julie Andrews (mid-show) in "Victor/Victoria." At the very end, she holds an INcredible note. Would someone please describe it...it is UNreal!! (from Playbill.com)










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Updated On: 7/25/14 at 05:18 PM
SweetLips
Broadway Star
joined:1/23/13
Seth Rudetsky's
Posted: 7/25/14 at 06:48pm
What a fantastic 'Obsessed', that woman is A.MAZ.ING. Thanks for sharing. Love stories like that.
Mr Roxy
Broadway Legend
joined:5/17/03
Seth Rudetsky's
Posted: 7/25/14 at 06:54pm
She has been missing from Broadway. Saw her in V/V when Julie was out and she was superb.
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TheatreFreak05
Broadway Legend
joined:1/22/08
Seth Rudetsky's
Posted: 7/25/14 at 07:34pm
Anne is incredibly talented and a wonderful person!

I saw a video of her singing a song from the Cyrano musical on youtube a while ago. I can't remember the title of it, and I haven't been able to find it on there since. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?
DottieD'Luscia
Broadway Legend
joined:7/23/03
Seth Rudetsky's
Posted: 7/25/14 at 07:38pm
She is delightful!! How could they say no one heard Carlotta's last note in Prima Donna?! I used to work at Phantom when it first opened, and I used to watch that scene/song every time I was there. I was very well aware of that final note. I also remember her from Cyrano when she went by Anne Marie Runolfsson.
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JasonM12480
Broadway Star
joined:3/17/05
Seth Rudetsky's
Posted: 7/25/14 at 08:57pm
The last note she hits is a high F, one octave higher than her "belted" F (when Seth says "vocal damage" in jest) - it's not really belted - she has an incredibly healthy mix, which to the untrained ear is "a belt." The high F she does in good humor at the end is nothing difficult for a classically trained coloratura soprano, which she clearly is. She has an amazing 4 octave vocal range. Brava, indeed!
JasonM12480
Broadway Star
joined:3/17/05
Seth Rudetsky's
Posted: 7/25/14 at 08:57pm
The last note she hits is a high F, one octave higher than her "belted" F (when Seth says "vocal damage" in jest) - it's not really belted - she has an incredibly healthy mix, which to the untrained ear is "a belt." The high F she does in good humor at the end is nothing difficult for a classically trained coloratura soprano, which she clearly is. She has an amazing 4 octave vocal range. Brava, indeed!
Mr Roxy
Broadway Legend
joined:5/17/03
Seth Rudetsky's
Posted: 7/25/14 at 08:58pm
Believe that was the Dutch version of Cyrano that briefly played on Broadway years ago.
Cynicism is an unpleasant way of saying the truth - Lillian Hellman.
dreaming
Broadway Legend
joined:4/24/09
Seth Rudetsky's
Posted: 7/25/14 at 08:59pm
She's very, very talented and a sweet lady. I have met her informally over the years and she's really nice. (I did see her as Carlotta-she was magnificent.)
chinto1984
Leading Actor
joined:8/6/07
Seth Rudetsky's
Posted: 7/26/14 at 12:45pm
i lover her album.

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