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Eleonor Erros CUP8059 CD
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FormatAudio CD
Ordering NumberCUP8059
Barcode8712618805923
labelMW Diverse
Release date28/11/2014
salesrank6122

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      Songs in latin about love and happiness in a heartwarming mix of fado, pop and jazz

      Eléonor is the ‘nom de plume’ of the Flemish singer Elly Aerden. She searched for Latin texts about love, happiness, pride and melancholy. Then she set them to music: a melodious and gentle mix of fado, pop and jazz.

      Thanks to this approach, Latin does not sound like an extinct language, but very much alive and contemporary. One could imagine the words having been written today. Listening to Eléonor evokes a wonderful feeling of timelessness and eternity. She makes you forget the storm and the rain. And on a sunny day she takes you with her, swaying to southern places where temptation and passion rule the night.

      Erros, Eléonors debut album, is produced by Jo Francken, well known in Belgium for his work with several Flemish bands.

      Elénor has invited many excellent musicians to support her. Among them are bass player Vincent Noiret (also playing with Laïla Amezian) and oud player Karim Baggili.

      Elly Aerden received a classical training as a singer at the Music Academy in Turnhout and graduated with the highest distinction. She also won the first prize in the competition ‘Organ and vocals’ (Ghent, 2002). Her interest in folkmusic inspired her to attend many courses in Belgium and abroad. Now she teaches folk singing at several music academies.

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      CD 1
      • 1.Ego te03:18
      • 2.Citharizat04:20
      • 3.Salve04:04
      • 4.Erros03:00
      • 5.Te amo03:02
      • 6.Cras amet02:58
      • 7.Sulpicia03:24
      • 8.Basia03:54
      • 9.Altius03:27
      • 10.Musa mea06:37
      • Total:38:04