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Folksoundomy: Music and Music Albums
May 21, 1850 Clodomiro Charlilecho
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        Augustin Southtreck, typewriter.         Calliope Gulielmo, soprano.         Christopher Graystone, drum.         Clodomiro Charlilechó, direction.         Djamila Hussein, François-Xavier Rusti, two unknown musicians: Western concert flute in C.         Flavien Plaintel, snare drum. From the fictive producer Monpauvrelieu Productions featuring fictive musicians playing real musics.     Genre: Choral, Song for children, Sung poem, Profane...
Topics: Choral, Song for children, Sung poem, Profane music, Productions Monpauvrelieu, Clodomiro...
Folksoundomy: Music and Music Albums
Apr 21, 1848 Clodomiro Charlilechó
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“Nurse’s song” composed by Maude Valérie White in her booklet “12 songs for children” (1892) on a poetry by Sir William Blake (Songs of Innocence). Interpretation by Clodomiro Charlilechó on April 21th, 1848. Separate tracks are provided along with the main mix. Under a Cogito Arcanum License. These samples have been used for this recording: *  Bell from a fire extinguisher.wav , by talesjc , under CC0 ; *  Hand Claps » Sweet CLAPS 014.aif , by loofa , under CC BY-NC ; * ...
Topics: Maude Valérie White, Lied, Melody, Clodomiro Charlilechó, Productions Monpauvrelieu