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Classic French Songs

by Eileen Mager

You name it, she'll sing it... better. A one-of-a-kind Diva, Eileen Mager sings opera, jazz, Broadway, folk, classical, religious works, spirituals and gospel. Her performances have included works of more than 80 composers, in 15 languages.
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1. Sous Le Ciel De Paris - Giraud/Dréjac
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3:51 album only
2. Si Mes Vers Avaient Des Ailes - Hahn/Hugo
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2:11 album only
3. Le Chevalier De Paris - Philippe-Gérard/Vannier
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4:40 album only
4. A La Seine - Léo Ferré/Gaussimon
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3:11 album only
5. Plaisir D'Amour - Martini
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4:39 album only
6. Le Malheur D'Aimer - Ferrat/Aragon
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3:25 album only
7. Clair De Lune - Fauré/Verlaine
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3:23 album only
8. Les Feuilles Mortes - Kosma/Prévert
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6:06 album only
9. Mister Georgina - Ferré
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4:18 album only
10. Le Bonheur Est Chose Légère - Saint-Saens/Barbier &
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3:25 album only
11. Blues - Ferrè/Aragon
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3:31 album only
12. Barbara - Kosma/Prévert
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13. Romance - Debussy/Bourget
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2:00 album only
14. Paris Canaille -
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15. L'Invitation Au Voyage - Duparc/Baudelaire
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16. J'Entends J'Entends - Jean Ferrat/Aragon
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4:10 album only
17. Chanson D'Amour - Fauré/Silvestre
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1:46 album only
18. Ne Me Quitte Pas - Brel
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19. Heureux Celui Qui Meurt D'Aimer - Ferrat/
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20. La Diva De L'Empire - Satie/Bonnaud & Blès
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THE ARTISTS

Eileen Mager, soprano
Eileen studied voice with Marie S. Kraft at the Cleveland Institute of Music, with Julia LeVine in Chicago, and now works with John Merwin in Scottsdale. She began singing professionally in Chicago, moved with her husband to California, and then to Arizona in 1982. She is one of that rare breed: a recitalist. She is a leading performer for the Arizona Vivaldi Festivals, sings with the Arizona chamber choir Cantemus, and is a frequent solo performer in Arizona churches and concert venues. She was Artistic Director for the 2000-2001 Arizona Vivaldi Festival. Her repertoire is very broad - from opera to jazz, Broadway to folk, classical religious works to spirituals and gospels - and her performances have included works of more than 80 composers, in 15 languages.

Ellen Brown, piano and keyboard
Versatility is the word to use when describing Ellen Brown. A native of Ohio, she was educated in classical music and holds the Bachelor of Music Education degree from Mount Union College, and the Master of Music degree from Arizona State University, but her musical tastes go far beyond the classics. She has performed in a wide variety of musical venues, including doing two-piano jazz concers with her husband Glenn Brown, accompanying for opera stars, jazz singers, Broadway shows, and classical organ concerts. She has arranged and accompanied for the McGuire Sisters, and for Metropolitan and New York City Opera singers Robers Hale, Richard McKee, and Patricia Miller. She is currently a professional church organist and choir director, and a member of the Adjunct Faculty at Phoenix College.


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