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Classical Music

This Texan's accent is decidedly French

Mezzo-soprano Susan Graham revisits the songs she's loved longest

'I might have been French in a former life,' says Susan Graham, who considers her current program a refutation of the idea that all French vocal music sounds the same. "I might have been French in a former life," says Susan Graham, who considers her current program a refutation of the idea that all French vocal music sounds the same. (mitch jenkins)
By Matthew Guerrieri
Globe Correspondent / January 21, 2007

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Mezzo-soprano Susan Graham is a natural evangelist. Describing Arthur Honegger's "Trois Chansons de la Petite Sirène, " which she sings today as part of an all-French recital at Jordan Hall, she can't help herself. "They are so cool," she says. "You'll love the opening bar." (Full article: 835 words)

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