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Carmine Meo

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Released  December 13, 1997
Artist  Emma Shapplin
Producer  Jean-Patrick Capdevielle
Genre  Crossover music
Carmine Meo (1997)  Etterna (2002)
Release date  13 December 1997
Label  Pendragon Records
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Similar  Etterna, Macadam Flower, The Concert in Caesarea, Dust of a Dandy, Atylantos

Carmine Meo is the debut album by French soprano Emma Shapplin, released in December 1997. The album brought Shapplin worldwide attention, selling over two million copies and being certified multi-platinum.

Contents

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Personnel

  • Yaël Benzaquen - Vocal Coach
  • Virginie Borgeaud - Management
  • Michel DeFolligne - Collaboration, Coordination
  • Chistopher Deschamps - Drums
  • Régis Dupré - Brass Conductor, Conductor, String Conductor
  • Vic Emerson - Artistic Director, Choir/Chorus, Orchestral Arrangements
  • Alix Ewald - Assistant Engineer, Engineer, Mixing Assistant
  • Patrice Kung - Mixing
  • Bertrand Lajudie - Piano
  • Carina Landehag - Make-Up
  • Jean Yves Legrand - Engineer
  • André Perriat - Mastering
  • Vincent Perrot - Bass
  • Emma Shapplin - Liner Notes, Primary Artist
  • Mariana Yotoya - Choir Conductor
  • Songs

    1De l'abime au rivage1:10
    2Spente le stelle4:28
    3Vedi - Maria5:04

    References

    Carmine Meo Wikipedia


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