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.

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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