Gerard Satamian | Frisson Infini

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Frisson Infini

by Gerard Satamian

Long-awaited album: exquisite, melodious and refined original works (French art songs) by Gerard Satamian, performed by the composer himself (both singing and piano parts). Gerard is a baritenor, a pianist, a member of Socan and a Magnatune Artist.
Genre: Classical: Art songs
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1. Clair de lune
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4:06 $0.99
2. Tristesse
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4:53 $0.99
3. Fleur jetee
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4:15 $0.99
4. Adieu
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4:37 $0.99
5. En sourdine
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5:24 $0.99
6. La mer des bles
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7. Odelette
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Album Notes
'Clair de lune' (2009), 'Tristesse' (2009), 'Fleur jetee' (2009), 'Adieu' (2009) and 'En sourdine' (2009) are inspired consecutively by French poems by Paul Verlaine, Theophile Gautier, Armand Silvestre, Charles Grandmougin and again Paul Verlaine.
'La mer des bles' (1997) is based on an Armenian poem by Daniel Varoujean, translated into French by Luc-Andre Marcel and G. Poladian.
The French poem 'Odelette' was set into music by Gerard Satamian, in 1997.
Gerard Satamian, baritenor and piano.


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