The Song Of The Ocarina Raimy |LINK|
"Song of Ocarina" is a 1991 song recorded by the musicians Jean-Philippe Audin and Diego Modena. It is entirely instrumental and is played on ocarina by Modena and cello by Audin. Released as the first single from the album Ocarina, it achieved a huge success in France where it topped the chart and remained in the top 100 for almost eight months.
The Song Of The Ocarina Raimy
The song was composed by Paul de Senneville who was best known for composing "Ballade pour Adeline" for Richard Clayderman and had already written several pop songs in the 1980s for the band Pop Concerto Orchestra. In this instrumental duet, "the cello and the ocarina compete in expressiveness on a swinging rhythmic"; the ocarina "gives to the song a thin and air tone which makes us travel in the Andean heights", while the cello "adds to the music a melancholic touch and the depth of the notes of [the] archer". 041b061a72