This traditional sea shanty from Morbihan is constructed as an alternation between the voices of women and the voices of men. The slightly rough harmonies sometimes recall the harshness of the swell and the work of the fishermen.
Another arrangement for 3 male voices is also available: : MeF 110a
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This work can be added to the score of the same composer on another poem by Clément Marot "De soy mesme": MeF 216
4 mixed voices MeF 217
This song has been recorded in the CD "PAYSAGES BELGES"
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A version of "De soy mesme" for 4 mixed voices is available: MeF 216
This score can be added to the score by the same composer on another poem by Clément Marot "du mal content d'amours": MeF219
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This song belongs to the CD "PAYSAGES BELGES"
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