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Goodbye Butterfly

by Eurielle

This, Eurielle's second album, has been co-written and co-produced by Eurielle and Charlie Mole at the very highest level with a world class team, featuring a real live orchestra and choir recorded at world renowned Lyndhurst Hall - Air Studios (London).
Genre: New Age: Neo-Classical
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Zero Hour
4:25 album only
2. Break Free
3:37 album only
3. Petit Papillon
3:24 album only
4. Song to the Siren
4:10 album only
5. In Freedom's Name
4:40 album only
6. Feels Like Yesterday
4:36 album only
7. Servant to Love
3:29 album only
8. Another World
3:42 album only
9. Into the Deep
4:18 album only
10. As the Skies Cascade
4:40 album only
11. Petit Papillon (Alternative Version)
3:21 album only


Album Notes
"Goodbye Butterfly" is Eurielle's second album and was co-written and co-produced by Eurielle and Charlie Mole (the latter of which has composed soundtracks for high profile films & TV shows such as Mr Selfridge, The Importance of Being Earnest, Dorian Gray, and The Sopranos) and recorded in Lyndhurst Hall at AIR Studios in London with The Chamber Orchestra Of London and RSVP Voices, conducted by Alastair King (conductor for the soundtracks of the Harry Potter movies, Pirates of the Caribbean & Downton Abbey), and was mixed and mastered by engineer Paul Golding (Downton Abbey, The Lord of the Rings trilogy).

The album features eleven tracks, ten of which are original compositions and one of which is a cover song. As with Eurielle's first album, "Arcadia", there is a lot of stylistic variety among the tracks and her lyrics are in multiple languages (English, French & Latin), so there is something for everyone...



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