In contrast to much of her oeuvre to date as Klima, Angèle’s debut album under her given name is a largely, if not exclusively, instrumental work, predominantly consisting of melodically opulent, emotionally compelling compositions for the grand piano (and, on three songs, a Wurlitzer electric piano), many of them emblazoned with vivid arrangements for strings, woodwind, musical saw and percussion.
Inspired by the direct, elemental melodies of French folk and the flamboyant arrangements of European and Latin American Baroque… read more
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|5||Play on youtube||Desert Stilts||
|7||Pas de Loup||
|8||Too Much Violence||
|9||Play on youtube||But Now I Am Joyful||
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