Byrne sings without the usual intense operatic vibrato , and he sounds more heartfelt than ever.
This is the flauto dolce indeed but never with that gawping vibrato that too many flautists, having seen the error of their ways and taken up the recorder, are apt to regale us with.
Her rapid vibrato , particularly above the stave, added a distinctive and not unpleasant color.
He's probably the only recorder virtuoso to use vibrato to signify irony.
I can hear how he's just so full of himself and his perfect pitch and vibrato that he doesn't even notice what a dreadful and boring song it is.
The standard vibrato of the Boehm flute does give life to its tone, but it might be interesting to be able to vary pitch, volume, and timbre independently and simultaneously.
The singers have good voices, singing clearly and accurately, using little vibrato in what has become the accepted style for Baroque vocal music.
Ms Iván's rapid vibrato and power is well suited to the operatic repertoire, a selection of which the duo performed in the second half.
The Véghs generally used less vibrato and more portamento than quartets that ascended in the 1950s and 60s.
She scales back her vibrato and lightens her tone most appropriately for this repertoire.