Louis Lemonarch | Tourbillon D'automne

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Tourbillon D'automne

by Louis Lemonarch

Song about a loved girl in my child time which transform my entire life by dying at the age of 13.
Genre: Classical: Brahms
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My first language is french. Here's my story...
Hi, my song is all about a 13 year old girl named Amélie Cabane in Québec city in the french nothern part of America. When I was the same age in 1991 she suicide herself. From there I started to feel hurt every single day. Don't worry today I'm 34 and everything is fine. This girl was my confident, the one who was always there for me. Since from there, I learned music by myself between the age of 15 to 24 and then decide to go to college in music. That's where I've learned how to play guitar and how to write music. I have composed a melody for Amélie when I was nearby 15, which I have arranged with a Piano and a Cello at 25 with the new knowledge I have acquire from the college. The Piano represents my mother who suffered from compassion and the Cello represents me who is suffering from losing the girl I like in my early time. The song name is Tourbillon d'automne which speaks about Autumn and the movements of the leaves in the wind. Hope you enjoy.
Louis LeMonarch


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