Ocotillo | Enchantment

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by Ocotillo

Classical-folk fusion with cello, mandolin and/or Spanish guitar. Enjoy originals, classical pieces and pop covers with a fresh and elegant twist.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Voice of Your Eyes
2:39 album only
2. Diamonds and Rust
3:45 album only
3. Canon in Presto (After Canon in D Major)
2:02 album only
4. Anna Suite (From Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach, BWV, Anh 114, 115, 116)
4:38 album only
5. Lourdes
4:23 album only
6. Girl from Ipanema
3:03 album only
7. Romance (For Guitar, with a Cello Melody Added by R. Leger)
3:48 album only
8. Quail Run
1:24 album only
9. Simple Gifts
1:30 album only
10. Till There Was You
3:20 album only
11. When I'm Sixty-Four
2:45 album only
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Album Notes
Few traditional musicians would pair a mandolin with a cello. But those were the instruments (along with guitar) Robert & Cindy Leger brought into their marriage more than 30 years ago. They experimented on a few tunes and found the combination enchanting. They played for family and friends, and eventually became Ocotillo, bringing a fresh twist to music of all kinds.

Ocotillo's music is "the perfect mix of romance, love and laid-back Arizona fun," Jetset magazine says.

Several of the songs on their album “Enchantment” have connections to people and places they love: a 50th wedding anniversary (“When I’m Sixty-Four”), a funeral (“Diamonds and Rust”), community theater (“Till There Was You”). Their original composition, “The Voice of Your Eyes,” explores the inexplicable strength and fragility of love. “Lourdes” is inspired by New Mexico’s lower Gallinas River valley, homesteaded by Robert’s great-grandparents and still owned by Legers. And “Quail Run”? Their Arizona friends regularly enjoy this enchanting scene.



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