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Viva l'enfant novel - L'Escabòt
From the Occitan Valleys of Italy, L'Escabòt is a chorus of 9 singers who passionately interprets songs from the popular occitan folk repertory. Viva l'enfant novel, their third album (2007) is a compilation of Occitan christmas songs.
It is the double passion for popular singing and for the occitanist question that brought together, in August 1999, amateur singers of the Grana and Estura valleys (Italy), in a vocal group under the name of escabòt.
The small group (this is the meaning of a squad in the Alpine Occitan of the Occitan valleys of Italy) offers only songs from the great Occitan tradition on both sides of the Alps, directly inspired by the troubadours. A strictly Occitan repertoire, from the Italian valleys to Provence, Languedoc, Gascony, where all these popular songs of Òc seem classical, in polyphonic arrangements sober and effective.
Simondi Fabrizio, who plays the role of choral conductor, is one of the founding musicians of "Lou Dalfin" (with Sergio Berardo), but is also known by folk-song enthusiasts as the creator and founder of the choir Cevitou, of which he was director until 1998.
1. La bòna novela
2. Ai decidat de montar sus mon ai
3. Cantem Nadal
4. La vierge Maria a fa l'enfant
5. Erem tres pastoreletas
6. Jutjatz un pauc, de quinta sòrta
7. Quand la miejaneit sonava
8. La marcha dei Reis
9. San Jusep embo Maria
10. Per non languir
12. Breçarella a l'enfant Jesu
13. Sentetz, compaire Andrea
14. Pastres de l'Argentiera
15. Anueit, nòsti vesins
Image of the CD cover: the birth of Jesus: the laundress Zaquel dip the boy in a basin of water, while Saint Joseph cooking soup on the fire. Details of the series of frescoes painted by Joan Baleison Demont (second half of the sixteenth century) in the chapel of Saints Fabian and Bastien in La Marmo (Val Maira, CN, Italy).
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