« Every music lover should notice that most melodies accompanying religious songs or lyrics come from a more non-believer musical repertoire, even if written by a priest, or someone pretending to. (…) The “traditional” character of Carols and canticles is acceptable as long as words transmitted to the faithful are dressed by dance music.”
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Nathalie Daviau (Organ, chabrette limousine en Sib, song),
Olivier Daviau (Grande chèvre en Fa, chabrettes limousines en Sol et en La, hurdy gurdy en Sol et en Fa, song)
Julien Barbances (Violin),
Romain Ben Ali (Saxophone),
Michel Lecam (Song)
Philippe Randonneix (Song)
Pauline Randonneix (Song)
|Title||Noëls - La terre est froide. Chabrettes Limousines|
|Format||1 album avec livret 12 pages|
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