Camille Bertault, Paul Bertault – Songs for My Daughter (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 48 kHz]

Camille Bertault, Paul Bertault - Songs for My Daughter (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 48 kHz] Download

Artist: Camille Bertault, Paul Bertault
Album: Songs for My Daughter
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2023
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 48 kHz
Duration: 57:52
Total Tracks: 13
Total Size: 562 MB


1-01. Camille Bertault – Our Love Is Here to Stay (05:45)
1-02. Camille Bertault – Ruby My Dear (04:25)
1-03. Camille Bertault – Syracuse (04:26)
1-04. Camille Bertault – Chanson de Lola (02:22)
1-05. Camille Bertault – Chelsea Bridge (05:39)
1-06. Camille Bertault – Dindi (05:53)
1-07. Camille Bertault – Começar de Novo (05:26)
1-08. Camille Bertault – Luiza (05:13)
1-09. Camille Bertault – Naima (04:16)
1-10. Camille Bertault – Y decidete mi amor (03:07)
1-11. Camille Bertault – You’ve Changed (05:08)
1-12. Camille Bertault – Amour Amour (03:30)
1-13. Camille Bertault – Winter in Aspremont (02:34)


Love of music is something that can be passed down through generations. The draw of music heard or played in a household by a parent can lead children to study or even excel in the art. It is especially helpful if a parent can help the child to develop a facility on an instrument or in performance firsthand.Vocalist Camille Bertault took her first strides in music under the tutelage of her father, Paul Bertault, a pianist who dabbled in classical and jazz music. From this early inspiration, the younger Bertault took to the music and continued into a successful and celebrated career as a performer. The pair regularly play together at home and for small concerts, leading to a unique musical connection. On their new recording, Songs for My Daughter, the Bertaults present a program that celebrates their bond and allows listeners a glimpse.

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