Fatma Said - Kaleidoscope [Digipak] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Minué cantado
2. Obéissons, quand leur voix appelle (Manon)
3. Il est dans les nuits espagnoles (La Fiancée en Loterie)
4. Je t'aime (Les Trois Valses)
5. Wiener Blut (Wiener Blut)
6. Meine Lippen, sie küssen so heiß (Giuditta)
7. Barcarolle: Belle nuit, ô nuit d'amour (Les Contes d'Hoffmann)
8. Je veux vivre (Roméo et Juliette)
9. La tarántula é un bicho mú malo (La Tempranica)
10. I Could Have Danced All Night (My Fair Lady)
11. Ich tanze mit dir in den Himmel hinein
12. Cheek to Cheek
13. Youkali
14. Por una cabeza
15. Ad Ay Sa'ab (El Choclo)
16. Yo Soy María
17. J'oublie (Oblivion)
18. La Javanaise
19. Senza fine
20. I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)

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Kaleidoscope - Fatma Said - Warner Classics - "Throughout my life, since I was very young, dancing has accompanied me everywhere, and I've learned a number of different styles: ballroom, Latin, Argentinian tango and more. I've always felt inspired by the physical and internal movement in dancing - whether with a partner or alone - and for me it represents another way of expressing myself. While researching potential repertoire for this album I found myself drawn to songs from a number of very different countries and peoples, all with strong dance elements - sometimes in the words, but invariably in the music. And movement here has a double meaning for me: these songs move me emotionally, and they contain the steps and rhythms of dance - many greatly varied kinds of dance - in their expressions of feeling and character. To me those two meanings interlink as one: they are the emotional and physical in unison - a single entity. It's hard to imagine music without dance, or dance without music..." ??