Cécile Corbel

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Cécile Corbel
Cécile Corbel - St-Yves 2010 à Tôkyô a.JPG
Born Cécile Corbel
(1980-07-16) July 16, 1980 (age 34)
Pont-Croix, Finistère, France
Occupation Musician

Cécile Corbel (born 1980, Pont-Croix, Finistère[1]) is a Breton singer and harpist.[2] She has released four albums of original music and worked for Studio Ghibli as a composer for its 2010 film, The Borrower Arrietty.[3] Corbel sings in many languages including French, Italian, Breton, and English and has done songs in German, Irish, Turkish, and Japanese. Corbel sings and plays harp on "Les Nuits Urbaines", the sixth track on Stanislas' album Ma Solitude. On 26 June Corbel released the first single, "Entendez Vous", from her latest album. Corbel is married to Simon Caby.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
FRA
Songbook vol. 1
SongBook vol. 2
SongBook vol.3 - Renaissance
SongBook vol.4 - Roses

EPs[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
FRA
Harpe celtique & Chants du monde

References[edit]

  1. ^ (French) Ronan Gorgiard,« La fée bretonne compose pour le cinéma nippon », Ouest-France, Thursday the 15 April 2010, accessed on www.ouest-france.fr Friday the 16 April 2010
  2. ^ (French) Ronan Gorgiard,« La fée bretonne compose pour le cinéma nippon », Ouest-France, 15 April 2010, accessed on www.ouest-france.fr Friday the 16 April 2010
  3. ^ (Japanese) « ジブリ最新作の主題歌に初の外国人歌手 », Asahi Shimbun, 8 April 2010, accessed on www.asahi.com 12 April 2010

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