Tag Archives: Christine Hubbard

What I’ve Been Singing This Week (I): I Know That My Redeemer Liveth: Handel


  Had a song-hopping session with Christine (Hubbard International). Sing through one song in a book after another. Talk about vocal gymnastics.  There are so many beautiful songs to sing! How to leave any out? So I’m posting two I … Continue reading

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What I’ve Been Singing: For You: John Denver


I was introduced to this song last week as a possibility for my ‘pop’ repertoire. It’s a lovely lovely song from the lovely John Denver whose tragic and too early passing, is to be forever mourned.  Sing along!  Sing like … Continue reading

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What I’ve Been Singing: Après un Rêve: Fauré


Last week my singing teacher, the fabulous Christine Hubbard introduced me to this exquisite song of Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924). It’s one of a set of three composed for voice and piano, though the songs were not initially conceived as a … Continue reading

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