Christine's main instrument is her voice. She's a featured soloist in Disney's Frozen
and also a part of the choir singing the score of Chris Beck. Christine used the Scandinavian herding call technique, kulning
, in her solos and she is in fact one of the very few authentic
herd callers in the world. Christine wrote the Norse lyrics for Heimr Árnadalr
which was used in the Coronation scene.
She also guided the choir in the style of ancient Norse singing.
Christine has, in addition to Christophe Beck, done vocal work for film composers like Mark Kilian, Michael Mollo, David Bertok, Max Loh, Ramesh Kumar Kannan, Hilgrove Kenrick, Michael Maas, Sub Pub Music, Duncan Thum, Lance Trevino and many more.
One of her strengths is that she can sing very high, but still piano and even pianissimo which is a rare quality. In the lower ranges her voice becomes breathy and warm. In the lower mid range she has her rock n' roll voice. Improvisation
is one of her strengths and her voice is very flexible.
Sweden is well known for their high standard classical choirs and of course Christine sang in one while living in Stockholm.
She was 1st Soprano in S:t Matteus Choir singing pieces by Mozart, Martin, Brahms, Sandström and many more.
- Low C#3 to high F#6 - 3,5 octaves
- Classical - Pop (from Kate Bush - to Tina Turner) - Filmic style playing on high or low registers - Belting (powerful chest voice singing) - Musical - Norwegian/Swedish Folk Music - Jazz
- powerful high pitched singing used to call home cattle from the mountains, communicate over fjords or to scare wild animals.
- German - ancient Norse (the Viking language) - Latin - English - Swedish - Norwegian - Danish -(Italian - French)
Vocals in video above start from 1min 40 seconds.....