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Star Spangled Banner

by Rachel Ellis

Strong and powerful rendition of the National Anthem, similar to Whitney Houston
Genre: Spiritual: Inspirational
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I released my first CD, "Les Plus Belles Chansons" on May 1, 2014 and sing Con Te Partiro both on my CD, as a solo and a duet on youtube with Stefan Jevtik, an excellent baritone, at Long Beach City College (L.B.C.C.). The songs on "Les Plus Belles Chansons" are "Les Parapluies de Cherbourg," "Les Feuilles Mortes (Autumn Leaves),""La Vie En Rose," "Sous le Ciel de Paris," "Ne Me Quitte Pas,""Mon Dieu,""Domino," Con Te Partiro-Time to Say Goodbye,""Sabor a Mi," "A Day in the Life of a Fool," and "I Believe." The words and melody to "I Believe" are incredible. My website is www.rachelellismusic.com Under the calendar of the "about" page you can click on sound cloud and hear the songs on "Les Plus Belles Chansons." I sing Con Te Partiro-Time to Say Goodbye as a solo on the CD (Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman sing it in a higher key). Stefan Jevtik and I sing a duet at Rachel Ellis mezzo on youtube. If you check it out, I hope you like our mezzo/baritone sound in Con Te Partiro!

I am grateful to Kevin Kearney, an exceptional pianist, my vocal coach, Lisa Arreguin, my Paris photographer, Gilles Roger and Maud Joanides, my graphic artist, Alicia Rodriguez and everyone at Love and Laughter Music. L.B.C.C.: Besides Kevin Kearney, I would like to personally thank: Nancy Luca, Tatiana Turner, Skye Angulo, Steven Shaw-Naar, Tim Durkovic, piano professor,Dr. Peter Knapp, music theory professor, Dr. Ken Nagatani and Jill Winchell, guitar professors and Stefan Jevtik.
With California Philharmonics: Victor Vener, director and Marya Basaraba, chorale; Los Cancioners:Joanna Nachef, director and Patty Breitag, piano accompanist; Legal Voices; Gary S. Greene, Esq., director and Christopher Haygood, chorale; Westminster Chorale: Jared Pugh, director and Brigitte Bellavoine. A special thanks to my dear friends, Almeta Womack, Mark Schneider and Barbara Gossett, as well as those I had the honor to sing with in the other chorales. Thank you to everyone who have supported me in my musical journey. I really appreciate it!

After closing my business in June 2010, I had more time to pursue one of my true passions: music. As a mezzo soprano, I love most types of music: classical, jazz, rock, folk, spiritual and some country. Singing songs such as "The City of New Orleans," "You're No Good," "If I Had a Hammer" are songs i also enjoy singing and sound somewhat like Linda Ronstadt in those songs. The Star Spangled Banner is sung a cappella and is one I enjoy performing with my vocal range. "Danny Boy" is another one of my favorites that I sang with Nancy Luca's band on Saint Patrick's Day.
I play piano, sing and play classical guitar. Besides singing at a local cafe, I have sung at Walt Disney Hall with the California Philharmonics and Legal Voices.
Music and french are two of my passions, though I love Spanish (Sabor a Mi) and Italian (Con Te Partiro) too. I am thankful for my blessings and thank you for taking the time to read part of my musical story! May you always carry a "song in your heart," as I do.



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