Karita Mattila - Fever

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Karita Mattila - Fever



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7th Jan 2008




57 minutes


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Karita Mattila - Fever


It's All Right with Me

Blue Moon

The Man I Love

My Favourite Things

You Do Something To Me

Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

Stormy Weather


O Pato


Nice Work if You Can Get It,

Love for Sale

Black Coffee

Lush Life

Come Rain or Come Shine

Karita Mattila (soprano)

Fever band & string section & How Many Sisters vocal trio, Kirmo Lintinen


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Cole Porter: Can-Can: It's All Right with Me

Can-Can: It's All Right with Me

Richard Rodgers: The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music: My Favorite Things

Lorenz Hart: Blue Moon

Blue Moon

Eddie Cooley: Fever


Jayme Silva: The Duck (O Pato)

The Duck (O Pato)

Antonio Carlos Jobim: Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars)

Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars)

Ted Koehler: Stormy Weather

Stormy Weather

George Gershwin: A Damsel in Distress

A Damsel in Distress: Nice work if you can get it

Otto Harbach: Roberta: Smoke Gets in Your Eyes

Roberta: Smoke Gets in Your Eyes

George Gershwin: Lady, be Good!

Lady, be Good!: The Man I Love

Cole Porter: Fifty Million Frenchmen

Fifty Million Frenchmen: You Do Something to Me

Cole Porter: The New Yorkers: Love for Sale

The New Yorkers: Love for Sale

Sonny Burke: Black Coffee

Black Coffee

Billy Strayhorn: Lush Life

Lush Life

Johnny Mercer: St. Louis Woman

St. Louis Woman: Come Rain or Come Shine

Gramophone Magazine

March 2008

“…can Mattila be funky with a jazz ensemble instead of a Strauss of Janácek orchestra behind her? …her performances her grow in confidence from the rather stilted English of "It's all right with me" via a genuine… sexual huskiness in "Fever" to a real trouper's use of musical space and time in "The Man I Love" and the closing number "Come rain or come shine".”

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