|Some recordings of Anne Sofie von Otter|
|"Von Otter, in aging but imperious voice, is the star, and she's joined by half a dozen witty French singers, including the fine light tenor, Gilles Ragon, in the sexy pieces from 'Gerolstein.' Von Otter even manages to outgurgle Frederica von Stade in the 'Tipsy' song from 'La Perichole.'--T. Hashimoto in the San Francisco Examiner of October 29, 2002.|
|Anne Sofie von Otter continues to explore the terrain of popular music. She celebrates songs of ABBA and other compositions of Benny Anderson/Björn Ulvaeus on her new album I Let The Music Speak.
|Gluck - Orphée & Eurydice (Berlioz version) / von Otter, Barbara Hendricks, Fournier, Gardiner