Luc Arbogast at the French edition of The Voice

Posted by plusthings Categories: Music Feb - 4 - 2013 0 Comment

  

I saw the French edition (second) contest The Voice. I found it interesting that it is obstinate to sing medieval music.

I found a better clip with Luc Arbogast, most are shot in the street, where is “scene” artist. You will find a voice with more books. Enjoy

Luc Arbogast was born in 1975 in La Rochelle to a military father from Strasbourg nurse and mother of German origin. He spent his childhood in the small hamlet of “Equal Landrais” in the district of Aigrefeuille d’Aunis southeast of La Rochelle.

Luc Arbogast sings and plays music inspired by medieval France and especially the peasant tradition of overlapping melancholy and spirituality. With a bouzouki, bells and a Laud, this self-taught musician mania chiaroscuro with fervor and great sincerity. It draws some of the Cantigas de Santa Maria and Walter von der Lieder Vogelweide, Hildegard von Bingen, or William of Machault






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