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Caetano Veloso "Carioca"

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Bulle - quelques pensées baladeuses autour de Caetano Veloso "Carioca"

Texte :

C’est porté par la douceur tropicale que tu affrontes ce matin la froidure matinale. Tu affectionnes les contrastes. Tu tentes de suivre le rythme syncopé, tes pas se synchronisent peu à peu avec la musique, tu as changé de saison, tu mets à distance tes peines, tu te concentres sur l’élégance du morceau que tu aimerais faire tienne. Cette nouvelle posture que tu vises serait apte à faire grandir en toi la confiance qui parfois vacille, elle te permettrait d’aborder sereinement chaque moment, de possiblement mettre en adéquation ce que tu es crois, vis, fais, montre…

It's carried by the tropical softness you face this morning's cold. You love contrasts. You try to follow the syncopated rhythm, your steps gradually synchronize with the music, you have changed seasons, you put your sorrows at a distance, you concentrate on the elegance of the piece you would like to make your own. This new posture that you are aiming for would be able to make the confidence that sometimes wavers in you grow, it would allow you to approach each moment serenely, to possibly put in adequacy what you believe, live, do, show ? 


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Texte, interprétation : Didier Roch

Musique : Caetano Veloso "Carioca"

The show team
Didier Roch
Didier Roch
Conception, Ecriture, Interprétation
Pascal Collin
Pascal Collin
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This episode is part of the Partir au travail en musique series
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