Monday, December 19, 2011

Fairy Tale by Angele Dubeau & La Pieta

And since I posted about Danse Macabre and Infernal Violins earlier, I have to add another post before anyone jumps up and says, But what about Fairy Tale by Angele Dubeau & La Pieta?

Yes, if you already know Angele Dubeau and are a reader here, you probably know about her Fairy Tale album, a collection of classical music inspired by folklore played by Dubeau on her Stradivarius with her all female group of musicians. It's lovely, too. The playlist can be seen on Amazon--it's hard to copy and paste it in its sampling format, so I am not going to try since I am in a rush today.

But if you want some wonderful classical music, this is highly recommended! And for the holidays, you might also like her Noël / Christmas.


  1. wow! this sounds woncerful! I will have to look it up! Fairytales and folklore by all female musicians!

  2. Very interesting! She's got a few Joe Hisashi/Ghibli covers on here, too!
    (on that note, I'd love to see Sur La Lune have a look at the fairy tale motifs of Ghibli films --Miyazaki has a fondness for Beauty and The Beast, and actually created a lovely picture book version back in the 80s)