MUSIC

THE CANADIAN WHO CONTINUES TO FLY OVER JAMES BAY – Gordon Downie, aka Wicapi Omani and a well-deserved eagle feather

Singing love for creativity of Native North Americans His awards and accolades include twice the nomination of Best Canadian Journalist of the Year, as well as an honorary degree from Queen’s University. Born in Amherstview in 1964 and raised in Kingston, Ontario, Gordon Downie https://www.facebook.com/GordDownie/ was the son of a traveling salesman. In the Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute, he …

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THE MADEMOISELLE OF THE FRENCH SONG – Françoise Hardy, the yéyé generation and the 45-rpm musical hits

Shy, style icon and narrator of the sufferings of love A private music school, the Petit Conservatoire, directed by Mireille Artyush, was chose by her parents as a suitable place for her to have professional musical knowledge. In her spare time, she devoted attention to psychology and astrology, publishing books and participating in radio broadcasts. Bob Dylan mentioned Françoise Hardy …

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YOU MUST LOVE YOURSELF TO THE DEPTH – Julos Beaucarne and the art of reforesting the soul through love, friendship and persuasion

Singer, ecologist, poet and humanist, to other galaxies Having settled in Tourinnes-la-Grosse for his whole life, in that place of peace he will express himself in a multitude of forms, juggling with words and love of neighbor. He loved to call himself an anarchist in the depths of his bones. He creatively proposed unexplored avenues of art. Poet, singer and …

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A POPULAR SINGER, AMONG INDIGENOUS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS – Cynthia Alexander, revered by young Filipino musicians and dean of alternative ones

A multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter hero in the Philippines Her musicality is a collage of standard guitars, gong percussion and women’s voices, casually amalgamated by a cello or a violin. She made her solo debut with 1997’s Insomnia and Other Lullabyes, but she also performed with Mike Hanopol and Jun Lupito, legendary characters of Filipino rock. At the World Band Explosion Finals …

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THREE TEENAGE GIRLS FROM PHILADELPHIA AND AN ENIGMATIC PRODUCER – The Three Degrees, one room, one band and live

The longest-running female vocal group in history, after more than four decades As for the discography of The Three Degrees https://thethreedegrees.com/, we like to recall at least one moment of their climb to success, namely the 1974 studio album When Will I See You Again – When will I see you again? When will we share precious moments? Will I …

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THE THOUSAND MUSICAL SOULS OF BEATRIZ LUENGO – Writing lyrics full of emotions that connect with the listener

When your own talent merges with that of a Cuban musician and actor For her, Latin music is rhythm connected to emotion, something like a dance: moving your feet, crying and, why not, laughing. She studied song and dance, starred in various musicals and became a star of Spanish television. Her powerful music transformed her into the most sought after …

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MUSICALLY BORN WITH THE HIP-HOP: J-Ax + DJ Jad = Articolo 31

If you have nothing more to say, avoid becoming repetitive Alessandro Aleotti (stage name J Ax), was born in Cologno Monzese in 1972, while Vito Luca Perrini (aka Dj Jad) was born in Bollate in 1966. So, two boys from the provinces, the first rapper and the second disc jockey who met during a party. By re-proposing the distinctive characteristics …

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A CLEAR AND INTRANSIGENT VOICE – Arne Dørumsgaard and Scandinavian musical debate

A collection of records and the development of vocal art in the twentieth century In 1950, he exiled to Paris, where he studied singing and developed a uniform voice that could switch from natural baritone to soprano melody. Living in France, he became skilled in recording and production. Famous Norwegian lover of classical music and lover of Italian music, Arne …

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ROMAN STORNELLI, AMONG ECHOES, ILLUSIONS AND DESIRES – Roman holidays, between Trastevere flowers and bright stars

The color of the sunset and of the ancient stones Getting to know Rome, listening to some songs, but we will need a little glossary. Only the Romans, in fact, know everything about their city. Listening to three musical pieces that speak of Rome you will discover that the Ponentino is the wind that caresses the air, you will know …

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A CAMPURSARI-STYLE SONGWRITER – Didi Kempot, the minstrel of broken hearts

A brilliant musical creator among the bitterness of love By telling stories, he was the first to connect how a broken heart hurts. The Ambyar generation is relate to this famous Indonesian singer. He has written nearly 700 songs in his native Javanese language. His musical lyrics were writ in Javanese. More than using a style, Didi Kempot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xo9egupmgoE expressed …

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