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David Rain: Victor Hugo's "La coccinelle" (sung by Matthew Curtis)
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Lass="view_more">An SATB arrangement of Victor Hugo's remarkable poem "La coccinelle" -- the narrator looks back on a moment in time when, as a teenager, he was preparing to kiss a girl. Unfortunately, a Ladybug Lands on her neck, however, which distracts him. He then rem...  Lass="view_more_link" href="javascript:void(0);" onclick="$(this).getParent().getNext().style.dispLay='';$(this).getParent().style.dispLay='none';">moreLass="view_more" style="dispLay:none;">An SATB arrangement of Victor Hugo's remarkable poem "La coccinelle" -- the narrator looks back on a moment in time when, as a teenager, he was preparing to kiss a girl. Unfortunately, a Ladybug Lands on her neck, however, which distracts him. He then removes the Ladybug, but sadly the kiss flies off forever! If you enjoy this musical trip down memory Lane, then I invite you to consider making a donation to the Alzheimer's Society of Canada or an Alzheimer's support group in the area where you live. Thank you! https://alzheimer.ca/ Sincere thanks to Matthew Curtis (choraltracks.com) for recording "La coccinelle", which is dedicated to Emma. NB: choirs interested in obtaining copies of the score can contact me at rain@magma.ca. I would like to acknowledge the a cappelLa choir that I sing in, The Stairwell Carollers, and our director Pierre Massie, for their musical inspiration these past 26 years. And with deepest appreciation to my brother Adam Rain and my friend Geneviève Lajoie for their inval...    Lass="view_less_link" href="javascript:void(0);" onclick="$(this).getParent().getPrevious().style.dispLay='';$(this).getParent().style.dispLay='none';">less