“She wobbled in and out of pitch the entire time, reached rather painfully for notes well outside her range a few times and failed to present any evidence that the song, such as it was, had any sort of formal structure or coherence.” Ben Rayner, Toronto Star, Jan. 18, 2016.
[A music teacher said] other professional criticisms were “some worrisome wandering of pitch and beat, including complete loss of meter at one point — unless it’s in a complex, changing meter”; a “precarious portamento” (ie., “sliding notes on one syllable”) towards the end of the song; and the distracting “little humming interpolations”
Please don’t bring up that image (or sound).
Frank! The Musical! #@$!
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