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Emile Benoit - Vive La Rose Album

Emile Benoit - Vive La Rose Album
Title:
Vive La Rose
Performer:
Emile Benoit
Released:
2002
Catalog:
ACD9014
Country:
Canada
MP3 album size:
2757 mb
FLAC album size:
2953 mb
Genre:
Label:
Denon Canada Inc.

Tracklist


1Vive La Rose
2Sally's Waltz/Wedding Waltz
3Lady Margaret
4Skipper and Company/On The Road/Claudine
5 Jerry's Red Mountain Jig/La Papier "Le Gaboteur"
6 Neil Murray's Dinner Jig/Go To The Cape Uncle Joe/Forgotten Note
7Waltz In The House
8Noel Dinn/Pamela's Lonely Nights
9Fight For Your Rights
10Christina's Dream/Tootsie Wootsie
11 Brother's Farewell/Caribou Skin NAiled Around The Circle/Wayne And The Bear
12The Land We're Walking On
13 Festival Reels/Jeff's Tune/Meech Lake Breakdown/McCormick's Breakdown


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ACC 49386Emile Benoit Vive La Rose ‎(Cass)Denon Canada Inc.ACC 49386Canada2002


Barcodes


  • Barcode: B00000J6UI


Album


Vive La Rose - Emile Benoit. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2010 13 Songs. Vive La Rose. Emile Benoit. Worldwide la rose is an 18th-century French folk song about unrequited love. Mon ami me délaisse is roughly translated as My boyfriend dumped me. The song goes on to explain that he has found a new girlfriend. Another verse says that rumor has it that she is sick. The narrator says that if she dies, he will probably want to come back to her, but she will not have him. The chorus Vive la rose et le lilas means Long live the rose and the lilac. 0:00 Christinas DreamTootsie Wootsie 2:48 Neil Murrays Dinner JigGo To The Cape Uncle JoeForgotten Note 6:19 Noel DinnPamelas Lonely Nights free to Emile Benoit Vive La Rose Christina's DreamTootsie Wootsie, Neil Murray's Dinner JigGo To The Cape Uncle JoeForgotten Note and more. 10 tracks . Discover more music, concerts, videos, and La Rose 1992. Album by Émile Benoît. is a cover of. Vive La Rose by Traditional Folk 1750. Vive la Rose, 03:23. Festival Reel, Jeff's Tune, Meech Lake Breakdown, McCormick's Breakdown, 04:38. Sally's Waltz, Wedding Waltz, 03:00. Emile Benoit's delivery of the 18th century French song 'Vive la rose', accompanied by stop-motion animation with a combination of ink drawings and Newfoundland scenery. Director: Bruce Alcock. Added to Watchlist. 2 user. Disc IDs 0. Cover Art 0. CD 1. writer: Émile Benoît track 8. recording of: Festival Reel track 8. ASIN: CA: B00000J6UI. Release Group. Additional details. Type: Album. Status: Official. Language: English. Script: Latin. Based on the last recording by one of Newfoundland's foremost traditional music performers, Emile Benoit's tender delivery of the 18th century French song is the heart of Vive la rose. The story of unrequited love and tentative obsession throughout the beloved's life, sickness and early death is the narrative focus, accompanied by an emotional interpretation of Benoit's strong Newfoundland French accent and wavering old man's voice. Vive la rose is animation on location, rooting the film in a location that evokes the past, and combines ink drawi