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Emmanuelle Parrenin is a French folk singer, harpist and hurdy-gurdy player who was first active in the late 1960s and 1970s as part of "le mouvement folk". Her popularity and sense of style led some to call her France’s version of Sandy Denny and Mandy Morton. Her debut solo album, Maison Rose , released in 1977, is generally considered her best, with delicate, multi-tracked ballads that range from lush folk to more experimental pieces heavy on percussion. Her mixing of folk…
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