Ougainatso – Self created languages of Marcomé

July 7, 2014 by  
Filed under New Age Music, New World Music

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The magic of a first take recording

I have been using improvisation for years now to create new songs.  I just love to sing in invented languages of my own creation, it provides with with a wide range of emotional possibilities and gives me plenty of freedom. That recent creation called Ougainatso was born a special Monday morning and is an amazing gift in an artist’s life. My longtime musician friend Michel Robidoux sat down in my studio that day with his guitar and told me he had been playing this song lately that reminded him of Almodovar’s film music and ambiances. I listened to the track for a few minutes, started recording and  then joined him and sang Ougainatso exactly as you hear it today. So this is a first take recording of Michel and me, no fixing! Since that magical moment, I always make sure to record ourselves when we jam! Later on, I transcribed all the vowels and invented words on paper to learn the song and perform it. I now am convinced that my voice is firstly an instrument and that whatever the heart wants to convey, with or without words, is the reflection of one’s life and precious shared moments. I hope to convey to you, the tremendous amount of inner peace and freedom we had in the creative process and still have in performing it! With all my love, Marcomé xxx

Michel Robidoux - Marcomé

Michel Robidoux – Marcomé

Filmed with Blackmagic Cinema Camera 2.5K by Simon Lardie and Domingo Lamarre

 

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2 Responses to “Ougainatso – Self created languages of Marcomé”
  1. Magda says:

    Agreed with the comment above. Ougainatso is indeed really amazing.

    Great to see other people think the same way.

    Cheers
    Magda

  2. Binny Sharma Music says:

    Ougainatso is really amazing. Marcome, the way you invent words and sung vowels in your song is fantastic. Your this song provide motivation to beginners, encourage them to try out new experiment in song lyrics. You just relax and allow the music to flow through you. You blend lyrics with wordless languages to create a soothing and ethereal musical tapestry.

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