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Malicorne 4

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Released  1976
Length  40:51
Release date  1976
Genres  Folk music, Celtic music
Recorded  1976
Artist  Malicorne
Label  Griffe
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Similar  Almanach, Malicorne 2 - Le Mariage, Balançoire en feu, Malicorne 1, Vox

Malicorne 4 is an album by Malicorne. It is sometimes called "Nous sommes chanteurs de sornettes" because the album is called "Malicorne" and that is the first track. For the first time electronic effects and synthesisers are heard on a few tracks. The final track in particular is a slightly crazy assemblage of medieval and modern instruments. "Daniel mon fils" is either a translation of the English folk song "Lord Randal", or the French equivalent of it. It was recorded and released in 1976. Running time 40 minutes 51 sec.

Contents

  1. Nous sommes chanteurs de sornettes/gavotte (Gabriel Yacoub/Trad)
  2. Couché tard, levé matin (Words:Trad/Music Gabriel Yacoub)
  3. Daniel, mon fils (Gabriel Yacoub)
  4. Le déserteur/Le congé (Trad/Olivier Zdrzalik and Gabriel Yacoub)
  5. La blanche biche (Trad)
  6. Bacchu-ber (Trad)
  7. Le jardinier de couvent (Trad)
  8. Misère (Trad)
  9. La fiancée du timbalier (Words: Victor Hugo/music: Trad)
  10. Ma chanson est dite (Trad)

Personnel

  • Gabriel Yacoub (vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin-cello, banjo)
  • Marie Yacoub (vocals, hurdy-gurdy, epinette des Vosges)
  • Laurent Vercambre (vocals, violin, cello, viola, acoustic guitar, mandolin, mandolin-cello, keyboards, vocals)
  • Hughes de Courson (vocals, flute a bec, positive organ, piano, elka, synthesiser, crumhorn, percussion, glockenspiel)
  • Olivier Zdrzalik (vocals, electric bass, elka, percussion).
  • Songs

    1Nous sommes chanteurs de sornettes - gavotte2:41
    2Couché tard - levé matin2:59
    3Daniel mon fils3:36

    References

    Malicorne 4 Wikipedia


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