Emmanuelle Parrenin was part of France’s folk movement in the late 1960s; her popularity and sense of style led some to call her France’s version of Sandy Denny and Mandy Morton. Maison Rose is her last album, released in 1977, and generally considered her best, with delicate, multitracked ballads that range from lush folk to more experimental pieces heavy on percussion.
Emmanuelle Parrenin biography French artist EMMANUELLE PARRENIN brings us music which is based in the chanson folk tradition, but which blends Celtic, psychedelic, space, and many progressive elements, all of which combine to provide a wonderful listening experience. The music is quite delicate and fragile. Her voice is ethereal and beautiful, and she also plays hurdy-gurdy, dulcimer, spinet, and percussion. In the 1970s, Emmanuelle contributed to several folk projects, including Melusine, Gentiane, and La Confrerie des Fous. She released several albums under her own name as well
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Emmanuelle Parrenin's music has been featured on 15 episodes. Emmanuelle Parrenin was part of France’s folk movement in the late 1960s; her popularity and sense of style led some to call her France’s version of Sandy Denny and Mandy Morton.
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This album has an average beat per minute of 101 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/126 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Maison Rose. 1. Ce matin à Frémontel. Recent albums by Emmanuelle Parrenin.
|2||La Bar Mitsva|
|4||Le Son De Ta Voix|
|6||Entre Moi - Ce Matin à Frémontel|
|7||Hurdy Gurdy Drone ( improvisation )|