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MQ 1217
Youkali

Cabaret and art songs

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2010


Artists:

Patricia O'Callaghan

Soprano

Record Label
Marquis Classics

Genre:

Vocal & Song




Total Time - 45:06
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ÉRIK SATIE

1 

Chanson

1:23
     
2 

La diva de l'empire

2:42
     
3 

Élegie

3:16
     
4 

Le chapelier

0:50
     
 

FRANCIS POULENC

5 

Hôtel

1:47
     
6 

Violon

1:48
     
7 

La reine de coeur

1:37
     
 

KURT WEILL

8 

Lune d'avril

2:31
     
9 

Les filles de Bordeaux

3:00
     
10 

Le roi d'Aquitaine

2:36
     
11 

Je ne t'aime pas

4:22
     
12 

Youkali

5:43
     
13 

Berlin im Licht

2:29
     
14 

Zu potsdam unter den eichen

2:18
     
 

NORBERT GLANZBERG

15 

Mon manège à moi

2:46
     
 

CHARLES DUMONT

16 

Non, je ne regrette rien

2:53
     
 

KURT WEILL

17 

One Life to Live

3:05
     
 Patricia O'Callaghan Soprano


Patricia O’Callaghan is smart, versatile and creative - a classical singer who respects the past while embracing the diversity of contemporary music. Her debut CD, Youkali, features 17 cabaret and art songs by Kurt Weill, Francis Poulenc and Erik Satie. "’It’s a terrific debut disc... I was enchanted by it." - CBC

Songs include Kurt Weill’s ’Les filles de Bordeaux,’ Satie’s ’La diva de l’empire’ and Dumont’s ’Non, je ne regrette rien.’ Billboard calls it ’a thoroughly charming album.’ Patricia is accompanied on this CD by pianist Jenny Crober.

"This eclectic program of cabaret and art songs by fast-rising Toronto chanteuse Patricia O’Callaghan is a. delight. From playful songs by Satie to Poulenc’s delicate, surreal sound-pictures, from Piaf standards to Weill’s ironic, sensual melodies, O’Callaghan and pianist Jenny Crober make this a winning disc, in no small part because of the singer’s considerable interpretive powers and her expressive, honey-sweet voice, sharpened with a touch of ginger. "

Jon Kaplan

Now Magazine - April 1998

"From the great white Canadian north comes this warm, fetching set of songs, traversing the serio-comic region where cabaret and art song meet."

Soprano Patricia O’Callaghan brings an easy grace to works by Satie, Poulenc, and Kurt Weill--who provides the album’s existential shrug of a title track. She brings special understanding and luminosity to the four tart and quirky Satie compositions that open the album, to Poulenc’s rueful "Lune d’Avril," and to the alternately pointed and saucy demands of singing Weill ... a celebration of songs from different, but not unrelated, traditions, delicately balanced between the worlds of art music and musical cocktails."
 

Los Angeles Times

"With youthful insouciance, Canadian chanteuse Patricia O’Callaghan enlivens a set of cabaret and art songs by Satie, Poulenc, and Weill. The selection is enlightened, as relative rarities like Weill’s "Berlin Lit Up" abut favorites like his wonderful "Youkali." Satie’s "Elegie" and Poulenc’s "Queen Of Hearts" are other high points, with pianist Jenny Crober an enviable partner throughout. A thoroughly charming album."
 

Billboard Magazine



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