Showing posts with label bjork. Show all posts
Showing posts with label bjork. Show all posts

Thursday 12 March 2015

[Music Video] Bjork - "Lionsong"

Bjork isn't real, right? Like, I know she's real - I'm not nuts! But she's not human, is she?

The visuals for her latest track, Lionsong, does nothing but continue to build on my mythos that this Diva is an Icelandic sprite of some sort, woken from a slumber to spread her magical music to the creatively starved masses.

Wednesday 21 January 2015

Bjork Issues Benevolent Statement About Leak Of "Vulnicura"

Bjork's album leaks early, and what does she do? Liken it to rape? Heavens, no! Always having been on the cutting edge, this Diva not only pushed the release date forward months- to FRICKIN TOMORROW- but she issued a statement on Facebook that actually thanked her fans for the interest in her work.

Wednesday 29 June 2011

Bjork - Vocal Profile/ Range

Vocal Type: Robusto Soprano
Vocal Range: 2 Octaves 7 notes and a semitone E3-D6
Whistle Register: No
Vocal Pluses: Voice is strongest in the midrange and in the lower chest register (up to a D5). Unusually the chest voice retains its power, volume and strength despite its timbre thinning somewhat as it pushes higher. As a whole, the voice is a dynamic one that can be oppressive and domineering one moment, and soft and sweet the next. It has the dexterity to sing complex melodies and vocal runs, but also the stamina to hold notes, while maintaining its quality, at length.
Vocal Negatives: The lack of vibrato sometimes makes the higher chest notes sound too sharp and piercing, thus becoming overbearing at times.