In RA format
|Adeleine Lareine sings ||Sonja
I don't know anything about the singer with the imaginative artist name Adeleine Lareine
(a music hall artist, I'd suppose). She was a "girl tenor" even more unusual than Ruby Helder:
much like an inverted countertenor, she could switch from her "natural" voice (a nagging thin mezzosoprano) to a shining tenor
voice, which sounds much more natural indeed than her female voice. And she could even do the same thing in baritone key!
Great fun, also great singing in a sense, even if it regards a trifle like the ballad "Sonja" by Eugen Pártos.