Michele Choiniere | Coeur Fragile

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Coeur Fragile

by Michele Choiniere

Heartfelt authentic french music from Vermont.
Genre: World: World Traditions
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1. Madeleine
2:56 album only
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2. Bridal Bush
3:09 album only
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3. Coeur Fragile
3:39 album only
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4. Caconne * La Guenille
3:01 album only
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5. Sans Coeur
4:38 album only
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6. Valse Du Temps
3:23 album only
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7. Are You Mine?
3:05 album only
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8. La Bergere
1:32 album only
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9. Two Peas
3:36 album only
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10. Valse Vivante
3:08 album only
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11. Esclave a L'amour
2:46 album only
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12. Ca Me Tue
1:55 album only
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13. Te Souviendras-tu De Moi?
2:52 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Michele Choiniere was born into a musical Franco-American family in northern Vermont, and from an early age performed traditional Franco-American music with her father Fabio, an accomplished harmonica player. In 1995, she began writing and composing her own songs and has performed to audiences throughout New England, Quebec and France. Her lyrics and music focus on nature, romance and social issues connected to being Franco-American. She has been featured on TV5 International's "Visions d'Amerique," which was broadcast to francophone nations worldwide, as well as on Vermont Public Television's "Rural Delivery" and has recorded an archival family collection of Franco-American music with her father. She is featured on the Smithsonian Folkways CD "Mademoiselle Voulez-Vous Danser: Franco-American music from the New England Borderlands" released in 1999. In 2003, Michele self-released her debut solo album, Coeur Fragile, which was recognized as one of the top ten Vermont albums of the year for 2003 by Seven Days newspaper. She is currently working on her second studio album, to be released in mid-July, 2010.

Among other accolades, Michele has appeared in concert at the American Folk Festival (Bangor), and will appear at the 2010 Lowell Folk Festival, in Lowell, Massachusetts (July 23-25, 2010). She is a recognized 'master artist', having been awarded the prestigious and competitive Governor's Heritage Award in 2007. She is also a member of the Vermont Arts Council's American Masterpieces program, as well as a juried Arts Council performer and teaching artist.

Michele's performances blend traditional Franco-American and Quebec folk songs, original compositions, jazz standards, and covers of well-known artists (e.g. Edith Piaf).


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Kilgore Trout

Its awesome!
This is a very good album. Its soulful, its real, its music for music's sake, and everything about the performances and arrangements are sharp. Michele has a great voice, and I listen to it often.
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Marian Siedzik

Great CD. Awesome voice and awesome music.
I love the CD. I bought it for my daughter so she can perfect her french speaking, but I listen to it also. I don't know the french language, but the music and her voice is just awesome and some of the songs are in english. She gives the translation of the lyrics in the jacket of the CD. Beautiful!
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