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Marcel D'olive | Some Disorder in the Hall of Mirrors

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Some Disorder in the Hall of Mirrors

by Marcel D'olive

The debut EP from the Brazilian singer-songwriter Marcel d'Olive mixes creativity, poetry, and unique arrangements.
Genre: Pop: Baroque Pop
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1. Little Light
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2. When You Were a Piece of Storm
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3. Climbing the Sky
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4. Beyond the Time
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5. Cyclic Waltz
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6. Today My Morning Started Different
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7. Translucent Hat
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Marcel d'Olive was born in São Paulo (Brazil) and he began his musical adventures at age of eight, studying violin. Graduated in Music and Violin by UNESP (State University of São Paulo) and by EMM (Municipal Music School of São Paulo), he has composed several songs and soundtracks for his troupe of storytellers called "Prana Teatro", since 2001. In 2012 he has released his first single, "Climbing the sky" and this E.P., "Some disorder in the hall of mirrors".

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