Nathalie Brun | Französische Versuchung (Tentation)

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Französische Versuchung (Tentation)

by Nathalie Brun

Brun's first album finds the artist offering a collection of swinging French classics and chansons, as well as songs from her native Québec, all that with a hint of jazz, embedded in refreshing acoustic arrangements.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. C'est Magnifique
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2. Paroles, Paroles
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3. Mon Homme
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4. La Belle Vie
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5. Les Feuilles Mortes
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6. La Foule
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7. Comme D'habitude
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8. Mon Pays
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9. Quand Les Hommes Vivront D'amour
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10. Nathalie
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11. Si Tu Savais
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12. L'important C'est La Rose
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13. Et Maintenant
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14. La Mer
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Nathalie Brun is a charismatic, canadian born, Austria-based vocalist, recognized for her multifarious voice. She has the ability to bring so much emotion, warmth and passion to her audiences, and therefore moves - both in terms of artistic expression as well as vocally - with brilliant ease.
Brun’s first album finds the artist offering a collection of swinging French classics, chansons, and songs from her native Québec. All that with a hint of jazz embedded in refreshing acoustic arrangements.
Although polyglot, the singer chose French for her first album: „Shakespeare said: „Music is the language of love““ and people say „French is the language of love“, so I just took the best of both worlds!“ says the singer. She continues: „I grew up with these songs. Some of them are well-known jazz standards and evergreens, but most people don’t know they were originally french. So it’s back to the roots „
Her lineup is formed from long-time collegues Helmar Hill (accordeon and arrangements), Kurt Erlmoser (guitar and backing vocals), Christian Steiner (double bass) and Axl Scheutz (percussions).



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