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Stradivarius Je Me Souviens
Artist: Alexandre Da Costa
Format: CD

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Label: Sony Import
Rel. Date: 06/17/2022
UPC: 196626632746

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DISC: 1

1. J't'aime Comme Un Fou (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
2. Une Chance Qu'on S'a (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
3. La Vie en Rose (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
4. Dance Me to the End of Love (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
5. La Valse A Mille Temps (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
6. Le Blues Du Businessman (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
7. Si Dieu Existe (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
8. Emmenez-Moi ; la Bohème (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
9. Quand Les Hommes Vivront D'amour (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
10. Harmonium (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
11. L'essentiel (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
12. Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
13. Amène-Toi Chez Nous (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
14. We Are the Champions (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)
15. Hallelujah (Arr. for Orchestra By Alexandre Da Costa)

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Sony Classical artist, Juno Award winner and Longueuil Symphony's Chief Conductor and artistic director, Alexandre da Costa is a conductor and violinist of international renown, which has led him to be guest soloist and conductor on four continents and 30 countries, in more than 2,000 concerts in the most illustrious halls such as Vienna's Musikverein, Berlin's Philharmonie, New York's Carnegie Hall and with the most prestigious orchestras in the world such as the London Royal Philharmonic, the Montreal Symphony and the Vienna Symphony.