From Perotin to Prokofiev (and beyond), performed by Caruso to Khatia, it's all here.
I couldn't find anything on this website, so here is some info.
Mancini was born in Sweden of Chilean parents. She graduated from the Royal Conservatory, Hague with a Masters and sings a lot of early opera (Monteverdi, Cavalli, Handel, Purcell) but, according to her management's website (https://www.sorekartists.com/artist/LucianaMancini), she's taken on a wide range of roles.
She also sings with the Early/World Music group L'Arpeggiata and the below is from their album "Los Pajaros Perdidos", of which there are other impressive examples on Youtube. However I really love this song rendition. Charisma, style, soul, and power she has. Technique also, in my limited appreciation of such.
And what is that horn that sounds like a trumpet?
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Topic - Luciana Mancini & L'Arpeggiata - classfolkphile 19:53:55 05/15/19 (2)