Mes Plaisirs – Chansons populaires françaises et québécoises




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With his new disc Mes plaisirs, tenor Marc Hervieux charms listeners with a bouquet of popular French and Québécois songs in arrangements by Simon Leclerc, performed by the Orchestre symphonique de Québec. Mes plaisirs was recorded in February 2013 before a live audience at the Salle Louis-Fréchette in the Grand Théâtre de Québec. Marc Hervieux has chosen 18 love songs, including “L’hymne à l’amour” (Édith Piaf), “Quand on a que l’amour” (Jacques Brel), “Ils s’aiment” (Daniel Lavoie), “Les plaisirs démodés” (Charles Aznavour), and “Et maintenant” (Gilbert Bécaud) .In December 2011, Marc Hervieux was awarded two Disques d’or for A Napoli his CD of Italian songs and his first CD of Christmas songs, Le premier Noël. Both recordings sold more than 40,000 copies each — an unprecedented success for a classical singer in Quebec. With his natural affinity for a wide variety of musical styles, Marc Hervieux has also collaborated with many popular Quebec artists including Ginette Reno, Gilles Vigneault, Yvon Deschamps, Isabelle Boulay, and Patsy Gallant.

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