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Marking 50 years since the death of French composer Francis Poulenc, star soprano Patricia Petibon is the soloist in new recordings of his most rapturously beautiful sacred works; “Gloria” and “Stabat Mater”. Conductor Paavo Järvi also makes his DG recording debut, conducting the Orchestre de Paris and their renowned choir.
Debut album of the French star, who updates the French chanson tradition with elements of pop, blues & jazz. Shortly after its debut, the album went gold in France, and after three months it went platinum, and finally diamond in 1990. Highlights include her first international hit from 1987, the title track 'Mademoiselle Chante Les Blues', 'Mon Mec A Moi' & 'D'allemagne. 2004 release, ten tracks in all.
"Mademoiselle chante…" is the name of an album recorded in 1987 by the French singer Patricia Kaas. It was her debut album and was precedeed by the hit singles "Mademoiselle chante le blues" and "D'Allemagne".
The album went to #19 on December 4, 1988, reached the top ten one month after, and peaked #2 in the French album charts, staying there for two not consecutive months. It remained in the top ten for a total of 64 weeks and 118 weeks in the top 100. It disappeared from it after the chart edition of July 18, 1991. Shortly after its debut, the album went gold in France for a minimum of 100,000 sales, and after three months it went platinum (over 350,000 sold), and finally diamond in 1990.
Patricia's fifth studio album "Le Mot de Passe" (Eng: "The password"), issued in 1999, was produced by Pascal Obispo.
Jean-Jacques Goldman again contributed to the making of the studio album, among others with 2 songs "Une Fille de 'l'Est" (Eng: "A Girl From the East") in which Kaas praised her East French heritage and "Les Chansons Commencent". The French singer Zazie wrote the track "J'attends de Nous". The song "Les eternelles" (Eng: "The Eternals") was also published in Germany as a duet with the Swiss tenor Erkan Aki under the title of "Unter der Haut" (Eng: "Under The Skin"), and was the theme music of the five-part ZDF serial "Sturmzeit" (Eng: "Stormy Times"), based on a book by Charlotte Link.