Cricket and Snail | At the Theater

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At the Theater

by Cricket and Snail

Be swept away by this hip and evocative mix of theater music for violin and accordion! Includes a silent film soundtrack, music from Amélie, grand opera and even some circus music!
Genre: Folk: Musette
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1. Queen of the Night Aria
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2. La Valse Des Monstres
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3. Mon Amant De Saint-Jean
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4. My Heart At Thy Voice
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5. Wedding Freylach
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6. Pardon Madame
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7. Barcarolle
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8. The Mandalay Song
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9. Two By Turlough
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10. Rozhinkes Mit Mandlen
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11. Circus Scenes
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12. Song About Joy
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13. Little Matchgirl Suite
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Cricket and Snail's third CD features music from a variety of theatrical genres,
including opera, operetta, early 20th-century musicals and film. It also
includes a suite from their original soundtrack to the Jean Renoir silent
film “La Petite Marchande D’allumettes” (1928). Rounding out the program
are two originals, Snail’s evocative “Circus Scenes” and Cricket’s “Song
About Joy” that musically depicts her poetic dialogue:
“Who are you, beautiful girl, and where do you come from-
From countries far, the ends of the Earth?”
“I live much closer than you think. You are the one that gives
me breath or smothers me.
I am in your heart and, if you let me, I will sprout...
I will flow like a little brook and flood you like a river!”
May this theatrical music sweep you away to many places in your imagination
and bring you great joy!



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