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For their first time as a duo, Marion Cousin and Eloïse Decazes perform the vernacular repertoire of the songs of Tras-O-Montes, north-east of Portugal. The resulting offering is an amorous, raw, heretical take on this material, a sprig of work and celebration chants, songs of exasperation uttered with their two voices, so far away and so close from each other in a plastic regional idiom, Mirandese - semi-phonetically and playfully appropriated here. Their voices scale up mutinously, wildly, sketching melodies and dancing boldly in and out of tune, in an euphorically deranged environment, a flood of ungainly noises: machines, lethargic drumboxes, nano-brutalist synths, unnerving guitar sketches, bursts of laughter. Abundantly vivid. Staggeringly wonderful.
For their first time as a duo, Marion Cousin and Eloïse Decazes perform the vernacular repertoire of the songs of Tras-O-Montes, north-east of Portugal. The resulting offering is an amorous, raw, heretical take on this material, a sprig of work and celebration chants, songs of exasperation uttered with their two voices, so far away and so close from each other in a plastic regional idiom, Mirandese - semi-phonetically and playfully appropriated here. Their voices scale up mutinously, wildly, sketching melodies and dancing boldly in and out of tune, in an euphorically deranged environment, a flood of ungainly noises: machines, lethargic drumboxes, nano-brutalist synths, unnerving guitar sketches, bursts of laughter. Abundantly vivid. Staggeringly wonderful.
3700398730219
Marion Cousin  / Decazes,Eloise - Com A Lanceta Na Mao

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Format: Vinyl
Label: KURONEKO
Rel. Date: 06/21/2024
UPC: 3700398730219

Com A Lanceta Na Mao
Artist: Marion Cousin / Decazes,Eloise
Format: Vinyl
New: Available online or call for in-store availability $35.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Dona Inês
2. A Fonte Do Salgueirinho
3. O Conde de Alemanha
4. Dona Filomena
5. Mineta
6. A Minha Costureirinha
7. La Sarandilhera
8. La Lhoba Parda
9. Juliana
10. Nao Segueis O Trigo Verde

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For their first time as a duo, Marion Cousin and Eloïse Decazes perform the vernacular repertoire of the songs of Tras-O-Montes, north-east of Portugal. The resulting offering is an amorous, raw, heretical take on this material, a sprig of work and celebration chants, songs of exasperation uttered with their two voices, so far away and so close from each other in a plastic regional idiom, Mirandese - semi-phonetically and playfully appropriated here. Their voices scale up mutinously, wildly, sketching melodies and dancing boldly in and out of tune, in an euphorically deranged environment, a flood of ungainly noises: machines, lethargic drumboxes, nano-brutalist synths, unnerving guitar sketches, bursts of laughter. Abundantly vivid. Staggeringly wonderful.
        
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