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דוד ד'אור


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David D’Or (Hebrew: דוד ד’אור b. 1966 in Holon, Israel) as David Nehaisi, is an Israeli countertenor. He performs both classical and modern repertoire, often composing pieces for his own performance (in either classical or modern fashion, the latter employing his speaking or chest voice instead of his singing, Alto voice). [[1]]

D’Or is notable for his unique tone and color, and having a very recognizable sound. His voice is characterized by fullness and richness of color, making it seem as though it was his natural singing voice created without use of the falsetto technique - however, his voice despite its richness cannot be compared to the color of a contralto, unlike the case with singers such as David Daniels, seeing as D’Or has a unique, male-sounding voice. His vocal range in the falsetto is from G3 up to a well-defined G5 (as heard in one of the final notes in the “Phantom of the Opera” track in his album “David D’Or and the Philharmonic”), thus making him a “mezzo-soprano” type of Countertenor (which normally possess rich voices).

He sings arias on music, composed by Bach, Britten, Handel, Mozart and Monteverdi, Schubert and Vivaldi. D’Or has performed with the Israel Philarmonic, the Jerusalem Symphonic Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphonic Orchestra, the Rome Philarmonic, and the Budapest Philarmonic.

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