Songes d'une nuit
“Songes d’une nuit” – in English “dreams of a night” – by Louva Marguerite is a journey through the realm of dreams which transports the listener both musical... Read more
Songes d'une nuit
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“Songes d’une nuit” – in English “dreams of a night” – by Louva Marguerite is a journey through the realm of dreams which transports the listener both musically and emotionally to different worlds in which all kinds of feelings are expressed: from deep pain and wistfulness through haunting melancholy and a carefree laissez-faire attitude to euphoric high spirits and sheer joy which has to be shouted out to the world. The variety of instruments played by the band – guitar, piano, drums, cello, violin and Irish whistles and recorders – reinforces this rich diversity of mood.
Areas close to home as well as countries further afield such as France and South America are featured, and this is reflected in the language of the songs: tales from all over the world are narrated in German, in French or in Spanish.
Whether you are a dreamy listener with a glass of red wine who wants to be taken on a journey past copper-haired fairies, Latin-American dancers, raspberry ice-cream melting into human form or stray cats in streets still wet from the morning dew or the kind of music-lover who likes to sing along loudly or exhaust yourself in a wild dance, you are sure to find what you are looking for in this new album.
Now it’s time to immerse yourself in a world which seems possible only in your dreams and turn night into day with “Songes d’une nuit”.
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Artist: Louva Marguerite
Styles: Singer-Songwriter Folk
Albums of Louva Marguerite
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Songes d'une nuit (CD-No.: 307.2309.2)
by Louva Marguerite
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