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La Mòssa

Polyphonies of the world

Équipe

Lilia Ruocco
Emmanuelle Ader
Sara Giommetti
Gabrielle Gonin
& Aude Marchand
vocals
Célio Ménard sound

Contact

Thibault Gléréan
tour@la-curieuse.com
+33 (0)6 60 68 26 08

Support

La Gare de Coustellet (France)

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Five voices, five personalities and songs full of stories and emotions that define multiple facets of the woman.

“La Mòssa” in Italian means movement, gesture. In the Neapolitan music halls of the Roaring Twenties, “la Mòssa” was a special way of rolling the hips. The movement ends with a wiggle simultaneous with the drum roll.

For our polyphonic quintet, “La mòssa” expresses our way of singing: incarnate, vibrant, moving and moving.

From Italy to Brazil, Albania, Finland, Reunion Island or Occitania, full of stories and images from here and elsewhere .

Five voices, five personalities and songs full of stories and emotions that define multiple facets of the woman.

Videos

Albums

La Mòssa

First EP
Order

4 songs to go inside the universe of La Mòssa :
Sedenki – Bulgarian traditional, arrangement Clovis Labarrière
Kapee – Finland, composer Värttinä
All’arie –  Italian traditional
Sereia – Brazil, composer Renata Rosa

La Mòssa EP1

1. Sedenki
2. Kapee
3. All’arie
4. Sereia

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Credits

Recorded by Robin Celse
& Bastien Pelenc

Mixed by Robin Celse
Mastered by Benoit Martin