Debi Smith's fifth solo CD, a 2-CD set called "The Soprano," features Debi's "pristine and soaring soprano" voice (The Washington Post). The songs on CD One range from a stunning take on Bizet's saucy "Habanera" to Celtic classics "Wild Mountain Thyme" to traditional favorite "Shenandoah," and the National Anthem to original compositions such as "Dylan's Poetry, " "In My Dreams" (featuring Debi on Irish bodhran) and "Italy and France" (a moving ballad about Debi's experience of having a child with Autism). CD Two features Christmas music and carols such as "Silent Night," "Greensleeves (What Child is This)," "O Holy Night," and Debi's original Christmas songs. Both feature the stellar musicianship of Grammy winners Al Petteway, Marcy Marxer, and Mark O'Connor. Debi produced and arranged "The Soprano," engineered by Grammy winner Jim Robeson at Bias Studio in Springfield, Virginia.