^Billboard - 12 Sep 1998 - Page 60 Japanese countertenor Yoshikazu Mera is a sensation at home. ... And Mera's otherworldly voice has proved exportable, too: "Nightingale" and a subsequent pair of releases — "Mother's Songs" and a ...
^The New Yorker 1998 -- Volume 74, Issues 26-33 - Page 20 "Land of the Rising Star — About eight years ago, Yoshikazu Mera abandoned early promise as a tenor to reposition his ... Less anticipated, and even more captivating, is nightingale (CD-889), a recital of art songs by Japanese composers of ..."
^Classic CD. 2000 - Issues 120-129 - Page 171 "The rise and rise of Yoshikazu Mera has been one of the less predictable spin-offs of Bach Collegium ... their toes into "Nightingale" or "Romance" (two past Mera CDs) since Bachians will probably already have Suzuki's St John ..."
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