- Elly Ameling, Mady Mesple, Frederica von Stade, Gerard Souzay; Dalton Baldwin, pianist ( EMI Classics 64095; three CDs ).
- Gerard Souzay, then well into his 70s, appeared at the 92d Street Y in New York City on a Sunday afternoon several seasons ago.
- Indeed, a peculiar and very special French way of singing French repertory may have largely disappeared with Gerard Souzay's powers to convey it.
- He died of natural causes, said Winston Ku, director of the Gerard Souzay Vocal Arts Foundation and a student and friend of the singer.
- Gerard Souzay, one of France's great baritones and a master of art songs, has died at his home on the French Riviera.
- It's difficult to find gerard souzay in a sentence. 用gerard souzay造句挺難的
- Jacques Jansen, Victoria de los Angeles, Gerard Souzay; Orchestre National de la Radiodiffusion Francaise, conducted by Andre Cluytens ( Testament SBT 3051; three CDs ).
- Gerard Souzay, the French baritone who was one of the 20th century's finest interpreters of art songs, died on Tuesday at his home in Cap d'Antibes, France.
- Anyone who thinks French singing is about small, tight sounds needs to hear Gerard Souzay's breathtaking, enveloping Golaud or Pierre Froumenty's Arkel or Jeannine Collard as a radiant Genevieve.
- The voice is a light lyric soprano that never had the ringing, sensuous flow of Elisabeth Schwarzkopf or Gerard Souzay in their primes, nor the big extrovert intensity of Janet Baker or Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau.
- Gerard Souzay appears in retrospect as perhaps the most, and at the same time the least French of modern French singers : completely French for his ability to translate with utter naturalness a spoken culture into a musical one; less so for the flawlessness of his delivery.